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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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It will involve the teaching of BSL courses to families and relatives of deaf people and deaf awareness courses to charitable organisations.
Q1 (April to June) FY 2019-20 sales volume improved by 16 per cent year-on-year primarily with consolidation of Tata Steel BSL for full quarter.
The Scottish Government has aboldly set out 70 actions in its BSL National Plan, designed to help aScotland become the best place for BSL users to live, work and avisit.
It came after constituents and local deaf organisations, including Deaflink North East, warned BSL users still face difficulties trying to make use of everyday public services because their communication needs simply aren't being met.
This means when they attend an appointment they can get instant access to a BSL interpreter on screen.
BSL is currently recognised as a minority language by the Welsh Government.
Winston, who is about to begin a four-year degree course on BSL at Heriot-Watt University, said: "I mainly went along to translate for my dad but was able to make the event more inclusive by relaying what was being said to everyone with an understanding of BSL.
It details the collective intentions on how the multi-agency partners will improve communication and access to services for people who use BSL in Lanarkshire, and promote the use of and understanding of BSL.
Fortress Credit BSL III Limited (the issuer) and Fortress Credit BSL III LLC (the co-issuer) comprise a collateralized loan obligation (CLO) managed by FC BSL Management LLC Series III that originally closed in October 2015.
A report to last week's meeting said there are no children in Stirling's schools who use BSL. The 2011 census found 12,530 people aged three and over registered as BSL users in Scotland.
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.
Braidon, who is deaf, said: "Everyone has a right to communicate." A survey of more than 2,000 deaf and hearing young people across the UK, which Braidon helped to design, found 97 per cent think BSL should be taught in schools and 92 per cent want it to be offered as a GCSE.