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Synonyms for deaf

people who have severe hearing impairments

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make or render deaf

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lacking or deprived of the sense of hearing wholly or in part

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(usually followed by 'to') unwilling or refusing to pay heed

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Google ultimately decided to remove the videos that were deafly against Thai law, and to ban others that were sexually explicit or included hate speech, which violates YouTube's own rules.
Quite deafly, what constitutes a great wine list is its extensive size and ability to offer rare and expensive wines.
The aisles were deafly signed and she only had to queue for a minute at the checkout, where the assistant offered her a bag for life.
Interestingly, with regard to client group preferences, the findings of the current study deafly indicate that both macro-oriented and micro-oriented students were committed to working with lowest class clients.
Murray could not do right for wrong as this cathedral of tennis stayed deafly hushed, Nadal coolly administering the last rites to home hopes of ending 72 years of hurt.
The sapwood is generally pale yellow and is deafly demarcated from the heartwood.
Any reagents that are not deafly identified as Class III or Class I are in the Class II category.
Accountability can be confirmed by reviewing written records and by analyzing performance measures that are deafly and regularly reported, as well as through the existence of transparent and open business processes.
DA deafly separates original and irrigated soil columns as can be seen in Fig.
Carr has deafly been fascinated not just with death but with suicide, noting in the Sihra interview that "I used to think that suicide was a valid option.
s politicos from deafly disregarding, instead of deftly listening to, those in the humane world, and then putting the funds toward the right solutions.
Conservation laws need to be reinforced and include protection of traditional [insect] harvesting rules," explains Sileshi, adding that "caterpillar reserves" within wildlife parks will need to be deafly marked and breeding regulations monitored.
Modification, unnecessary for deafly lexically governed BNs such as postverbal direct objects, seems to somehow remedy the violation.
More frequent sampling during the 2002 spawning season deafly documented multiple T and 11KT peaks (Figure 2).