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Sigma KEE - PlainsIndianSignLanguage
PlainsIndianSignLanguage(plains indian sign language)
plains_indian_sign_language

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(documentation PlainsIndianSignLanguage EnglishLanguage "PlainsIndianSignLanguage is a ManualHumanLanguage of the UnitedStates. SIL code: PSD. ISO 639-2: sgn. Population: No estimate available. Region: Great Plains of the USA and Canada. Also spoken in Canada. Alternate names: PLAINS SIGN LANGUAGE. Comments: Some variation by ethnic group and region. Formerly used between nations in hunting, trade, by deaf people, and at every level of social interaction, and with non-Indians. Today used within nations in storytelling, rituals, legends, prayers, and by deaf people. Arose when horses were introduced from the south by the Spanish and guns from the east by the French. Second language only.(extract from http:/ / www.ethnologue.com/ )") Languages.kif 147-155
(externalImage PlainsIndianSignLanguage "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ commons/ 6/ 6b/ SittingBull.jpg") pictureList.kif 6772-6772 "http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6b/ SittingBull.jpg" is a URL depicting plains indian sign language
(instance PlainsIndianSignLanguage ManualHumanLanguage) Languages.kif 146-146 Plains indian sign language is an instance of manual human language

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(termFormat EnglishLanguage PlainsIndianSignLanguage "plains indian sign language") domainEnglishFormat.kif 8091-8091 "plains indian sign language" is the printable form of plains indian sign language in english language


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