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Faith Hurley, right, who works with Fairfax County Public Schools, uses cued speech, a method of visually representing sounds in English, so that hearing impaired students can understand what is happening in the ring during the Big Apple Circus's special "Circus of the Senses" performance. There were more than 1,200 in attendance for the show, which was designed for visually and hearing impaired children. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
Photo by: BARBARA L. SALISBURY
Faith Hurley, right, who works with Fairfax County Public Schools, uses cued speech, a method of visually representing sounds in English, so that hearing impaired students can understand what is happening in the ring during the Big Apple Circus's special "Circus of the Senses" performance. There were more than 1,200 in attendance for the show, which was designed for visually and hearing impaired children. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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