NAC656A.085. “Cued speech transliterator” defined.  

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  • “Cued speech transliterator” means a person who uses a system of handshapes and placements which, when combined with information from a person’s mouth and face, render the English language as a visual language and distinguish the phonemes of the English language from each other.

     (Added to NAC by Office of Disability Services by R210-08, eff. 10-1-2008)