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1867, ''Report on the Systems of Deaf-Mute Instruction pursued in Europe'', quoted in 1983 in ''History of the College for the Deaf, 1857-1907'' (ISBN), page 240:
- Hence the natural language of the mute is, in schools of this class, suppressed as soon and as far as possible, and its existence as a language, capable of being made the reliable and precise vehicle for the widest range of thought, is ignored.
(quote-book)| title=The History of the Caliph Vathek| passage=No language could express his rage and despair.
The ability to communicate using words.
1991, (w), ''(w)'', p. 35:
- And ‘blubbing’... Blubbing went out with ‘decent’ and ‘ripping’. Mind you, not a bad new language to start up. Nineteen-twenties schoolboy slang could be due for a revival.
The expression of thought (the communication of meaning) in a specified way; that which communicates something, as language does.
2001, Eugene C. Kennedy, Sara C. Charles, ''On Becoming a Counselor'' (ISBN):
- A tale about themselves is told by people with help from the universal languages of their eyes, their hands, and even their shirting feet.
A body of sounds, signs and/or signals by which animals communicate, and by which plants are sometimes also thought to communicate.
1983, ''The Listener'', volume 110, page 14:
- A more likely hypothesis was that the attacked leaves were transmitting some airborne chemical signal to sound the alarm, rather like insects sending out warnings (..) But this is the first time that a plant-to-plant language has been detected.
2009, ''Animals in Translation'', page 274:
- Prairie dogs use their language to refer to real dangers in the real world, so it definitely has meaning.
2015, Kent D. Lee, ''Foundations of Programming Languages'' (ISBN), page 94
- In fact pointers are called references in these languages to distinguish them from pointers in languages like C and C++.
- Their language simple, as their manners meek, (..)
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- Others were languaged in such doubtful expressions that they have a double sense.
(quote-book) The language is adjusted by slightly elevating or depressing it, (..)
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(l) (style of communicating)
language (style of communicating)