• My rescuers also saved others: a deaf mute, a Russian widow with children, and other Jews.

    UNESCO: EDUCATION

  • Johnny Belinda (1948), in which she gave an Oscar-winning performance, transforming herself into a deaf mute teen, is often cited as the pinnacle of her career.

    FORBES: How Jane Wyman Dealt With Tragedy

  • Dozens of others allege that the trial left their children paralyzed, deaf, mute or blind.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Celina Aarons has her two deaf-mute brothers on her plan.

    MSN: Woman shocked by $201,000 cellphone bill

  • The deaf-mute helped my grandfather to his feet and led him to the door, where he could see the dark field swimming with shadows: the villagers, the snowdrifts, the fence.

    NEWYORKER: The Tiger’s Wife

  • On July 19th, after being handed a note by a group of deaf and mute Mexicans, the police freed 45 adults and 12 children from two apartments in Queens, New York.

    ECONOMIST: Modern slavery

  • All but the children were deaf, mute or both.

    ECONOMIST: Modern slavery

  • If his dream was to live in the woods, with a fireplace and a typewriter and sheaves of notes hooked on the wall, almost like a deaf-mute in his dealings with the world, that was his affair.

    ECONOMIST: J.D. Salinger

  • He heard the sound of footsteps, and moments later the deaf-mute girl was kneeling at his side in the little room, digging him out of his tarp, brushing the hair from his forehead with worry in her eyes.

    NEWYORKER: The Tiger’s Wife

  • Mr. Tuttle was among the masters who preferred their servants to be mute, deaf, and blind—except when his convenience required the matter otherwise.

    NEWYORKER: The Limner

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