audile


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Synonyms for audile

one whose mental imagery is auditory rather than visual or motor

of or relating to the process of hearing

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The highest total dead wood volume (Table 3) was at Audile (198 m3) and the lowest at Barkava (109 [m.
The highest numbers of species occurred in the Pededze stand, followed by Kinguru, Audile, and Rauda.
But the audience's coming to occupy the positions the speaker is advancing within this communally constituted space transcends the audile and visual patterns that convey the meanings intended.
It does not tell us of the communally constituted space of meaning indicated by those visual and audile constructions emanating from intellectual capacity.
The art is created, or at least is finished, in the eyes of the beholder or in the ears of the hearer, in the concretely grasped, ready made-aided epistemological insight and audile awareness of the perceiver".
Further still, since I might also read the paper to an audience, keep in mind the differentiation between the sameness of the sentence in the difference of sensory medium, visual and audile.
I recognize that the same sentence can be instantiated an indeterminate number of times and places in either media, visual or audile or, in the case of Braille, tactual.