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Synonyms for ear

be out on your ear

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  • be dismissed
  • be removed
  • be fired
  • be sacked
  • be sent packing
  • get your P45

bend someone's ear

lend an ear

play it by ear

turn a deaf ear to something

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Synonyms for ear

the sense by which sound is perceived

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Dark pigmentation of ear cartilage, urolithiasis and multiple joint complaints are hints for ochronosis disease and darkening the urine one hour after micturition supports the diagnosis.
There was no involvement of sclera or ear cartilage.
Case 2: Under local lignocaine infiltration, the mass along with part of normal ear cartilage was excised (Fig.
The collagen was then 'seeded' with ear cartilage cells that were taken from a sheep and the cells were then grown within the porous collagen fibres.
He was left with a damaged ear cartilage, a black eye, grazing and swelling to the face and a chipped front tooth.
Stainless steel wire implants and ear cartilage grafts to strengthen the levator muscle are typical procedures.
While the earlobe is the most common body piercing site, growing numbers of youth now pierce the ear cartilage, eyebrow, nose, tongue, lip, chin cleft, navel, and other body parts (Meltzer, D.
Swelling or redness around the ear lobe or ear cartilage could be signs of infection.
As many as 25 developed nasty ear infections in their upper ear cartilage that left some permanently disfigured.
Piercing the upper ear cartilage is popular, but can be riskier than piercing the lobe since it can take months to heal and is prone to infection, which can lead to permanent disfigurement, warns the Infectious Diseases Society of America.