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Multi-lingual by InsomniacMedic Posted Tue 14 Jul 2009 12:00am I speak two languages. Only one of which is of a great deal of use around where I work, and you're reading it now. I understand enough of a couple of other languages to know when someone is either swearing at me or at least talking about me. And I know the word for pain in about another three. The problem is that the other hundred plus languag ... Read on »
Multi-Lingual by Christina Molin Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 4:35pm Just to clarify a little from yesterday’s post. It may sound crazy hard that Vince is learning 3 languages, but in our little family, and to him it is what always was. From the moment he could first here our voices, he has heard 3 languages. We were always sure that we would treat Vince the same way as we would had he been born without his bo ... Read on »
Multi-lingual lip reading computers by Funny Old Life Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 10:00am New lip-reading computers can ‘speak’ everything from English and Arabic to Cantonese and Italian. The technology, developed by scientists at the University of East Anglia, was developed by modelling the lip movements of 23 bilingual and trilingual speakers. They reckon it could bring huge benefits to deaf people, to law enforcement agenci ... Read on »
Bi-Lingual & Bi-Cultural Deaf School by Robyn C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:06am I watched an interesting programme on TV this morning. Attitude. It deals with disabilities and the people that overcome them, from blind, deaf, or disabled. It's a great programme and one that has a very positive outlook and leaves you with a real 'feel good' feeling at the end. You can check out the programme here... Attitude. Anyw ... Read on »
Occluso-Lingual Class I by Patrice S. Posted Sun 12 Jun 2011 10:00am I love it when I set a goal for myself and it is reached. I get all kinds of happy and it motivates me to keep moving forward. As you may re-call, my graded exercise for an Occluso-Lingual amalgam cavity prep on tooth #3 (maxillary right first molar) was on Wednesday. I did really well on it and so I'm one happy camper!  This video help ... Read on »
Have you considered sub-lingual herbal remedies for ADD or ADHD? by franklinb Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 8:18am This company I represent offers some very interesting sub-lingual herbal remedies for ADD and ADHD with focus on children. On their site are some compelling testimonies from customers who have had dramatic results. The company is called Native Remedies <=== Visit This Page to find products by symptoms or condition (there are other produc ... Read on »
Bi-lingual, it’s no excuse by Maddy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 9:35pm The trouble with being a foreigner is that so much of what we say is incomprehensible. Because the life of a foreigner is normal to the foreigner, the foreigner forgets that other people live different lives. Take these two fairly ordinary statements, excuses in this particular instance. For some reason everyone understands the ... Read on »
Consumption of beef tongue: Human BSE risk associated with exposure to lymphoid tissue in bovine tongue in consideration of new by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:13pm Consumption of beef tongue: Human BSE risk associated with exposure to lymphoid tissue in bovine tongue in consideration of new research findings - Scientific Opinion of the Panel on Biological Hazards Question number: EFSA-Q-2007-110 Adopted date: 17/04/2008 Summary ... Read on »
Tongue Twisters for twisted tongues? by Tom Weidig Posted Sun 05 Nov 2006 12:00am I am currently reading Stutter by Harvard Professor Shell. He claims that tongue twisters are all always impossible for people who stutter. Is this assertion true? I can do tongue twisters when I concentrate: How about you? Maybe, we could even use them to improve our speech control. The secret about tongue twisters is to switch between tw ... Read on »
Beef Tongue Part 1: Four Yummy Ways to Enjoy Eating Tongue by Marillyn B. Posted Wed 06 Mar 2013 12:00am Tweet I am over at Spain in Iowa today, sharing my tongue recipe that I developed and perfected. Its so yummy and real simple to make. Really. My family and I enjoy eating tongue in several different ways. Below I am sharing our top 4. Have you had tongue? I know it sounds & looks kinda gross, but trus ... Read on »