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2001), along with the transcription manual; an introduction is provided in Hoiting and Slobin (2002). The system is still under construction, but the following examples will give some idea of the level of granularity that is used in BTS transcriptions. Property markers distinguish a large collection of meaningful handshapes, such as shape (pm’CIR ¼ circular object, pm’STK ¼ stick like object), handling conﬁguration (pm’BO ¼ baby O, pm’FF ¼ ﬂattened F), and tracing handshape (CS ¼ curved surface, TUBE ¼ tube).
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Advances in the Sign Language Development of Deaf Children (Perspectives on Deafness) by Brenda Schick, Marc Marschark, Patricia Elizabeth Spencer