Definition of Manualist. Meaning of Manualist. Synonyms of Manualist

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Definition of Manualist

Manualist
Manualist Man"u*al*ist, n. One who works with the hands; an artificer.

Meaning of Manualist from wikipedia

- A manualist is a person who does: Manualism (hand music) Sign Language Manual communication Signing Exact English French Sign Language ‹ The template...
- a form of musical comedy or parody. The musical performer is called a manualist, who may perform a cappella or with instrumental accompaniment. Playing...
- says that studies of "manualists" such as John T. Noonan Jr. has demonstrated that, "despite claims to the contrary, manualists were co-operators in the...
- also the author of the Piper Houdini series of young adult novels and a manualist. Herdling was born on May 2, 1964, in Summit, NJ. He graduated from Bucknell...
- flourished until the late 19th century when a schism developed between the manualist and oralist schools of thought. In 1880 the Milan International Congress...
- John Twomey is a manualist who appeared on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1972 and 1974. He is credited with bringing manualism to the...
- Gr**** poet and prose writer Manilius (disambiguation) Manoleasa Manolich Manualist (disambiguation) Miaoulis (disambiguation) Monolistra This page or section...
- theological doctrine was often presented in seminaries through his Jesuit manualist interpreters, who adopted his theology in an eclectic way, while his philosophy...
- John T. Noonan Jr. demonstrated that, "despite claims to the contrary, manualists were co-operators in the necessary historical development of the moral...
- 1923), American athlete John Twomey (musician) (born c. 1940), American manualist John Twomey (hurler) (born 1962), Irish hurler John Twomey (sailor) (born...
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