- Acronym for child of deaf adults. (Wiktionary)
“When Rugala moved to Beaufort five years ago, he called CODA to offer his services.”
“Russell lip-reads really well, and we have a great translator and we have a terrific actor named Thomas DellaMonica who is one of our understudies who is what's called "CODA"—Child of Deaf Adults.”
“The week before, we held a pre-Cup competition there called CODA, an international get-ready meet.”
“The software in the video is called CODA (a Mac application for developers).”
“A good example here is an ISV that we've been working very closely with, a company called CODA that builds financial systems.”
“The SaaS whitepaper also provides strategies for success, including advice from companies such as CODA, Intralinks and ThomsonReuters that have already developed and delivered applications on the Force. com platform.”
“For example, [before the interview started] we were talking about CODA [electric cars].”
“She is a CODA - a Child of a Deaf Adult - and she is the interpreter who has been assigned to work Lady Gaga's Monster Ball Tour at Verizon Center.”
“CODA: So glad I don't have to make a selection from such an august slate ...”
“They make the component parts for the CODA electric vehicles.”
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