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bsl

abbreviation for
below sea level

BSL

abbreviation for
British Sign Language
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BSL

[ˌbiːɛsˈɛl] n abbr (=British Sign Language) → langue f des signes britannique
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Promoting and raising awareness of BSL is really important - if more people knew just a little BSL it would be easier for users to understand and to be understood.
BSL was the joint broker to the Company pursuant to the AIM Rules for Companies (the AIM Rules).
Christopher Plummer, 26, from Dumfries, is another profoundly deaf BSL user who requires the use of a cochlear implant.
In addition to higher 'AAAsf' credit enhancement levels, as compared to those of BSL CLOs, MM CLOs feature higher weighted average spread (WAS) in the underlying portfolios, which stood at 5.
The Sindh Governor expressed deep satisfaction over the performance of SME BSL and appreciated the efforts of SME BSL for providing all the facilities to business community under a roof and the services being offered to business class in running their business smoothly.
When Amy joined the Board in 2015, she and the other 15 members agreed that lack of access to BSL was a key concern.
When Braidon joined the Board in 2015, he and the other 15 members agreed lack of access to BSL was a key concern.
VeeSee TV, a new web-based IPTV television service for British Sign Language (BSL) users, has been introduced in the UK by Susie Grant, a BSL interpreter.
BSL Brammer works in association with a wide range of world class manufacturers to offer customers an unrivalled choice of the highest quality branded products, all available 24/7, same day/next day delivery from a single, trusted supplier.
Ian Baldam, group purchasing manager at BPI, said: "In BSL Brammer we recognise it to be our preferred maintenance supplier for engineering consumables and associated services.
5 million funding announced by the Department for Work and Pensions for BSL initiatives after the Government announced that it was to be formally recognised as a language in its own right.
Organiser Fay Bullingham, a BSL tutor, has recently joined the squadron's civilian committee.