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Synonyms for hearing

sense of hearing

inquiry

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chance to speak

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Synonyms for hearing

the sense by which sound is perceived

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range of audibility

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a chance to be heard

the examination and deciding upon evidence, charges, and claims in court

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(law) a proceeding (usually by a court) where evidence is taken for the purpose of determining an issue of fact and reaching a decision based on that evidence

an opportunity to state your case and be heard

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the range within which a voice can be heard

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the act of hearing attentively

a session (of a committee or grand jury) in which witnesses are called and testimony is taken

able to perceive sound

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But you probably don't spend much time thinking about what goes on inside your ears--or about how loud sounds might affect your hearing.
Also, hearing impairments have been reported for lead-exposed children (Osman et al.
Hearing parents encounter a stream of professionals with their opinions and approaches to deafness (Lane, Hoffmeister and Bahan, 1996).
Your safety office or preventive medicine people can test your workplace for dangerous noise levels and tell you what kind of hearing protection to use.
The notice must include the taxpayer's right to request, within 30 days, an administrative hearing conducted by the Office of Appeals (Appeals).
More than 25 million Americans have hearing loss, including one out of four people older than 65.
sections] 1818(u)(2), the Notice advised the Respondents that any hearing held in this matter would be public, unless the Board determines that an open hearing would be contrary to the public interest.
Because the percentage of older persons who have hearing losses is large, service providers, family members, and persons in this older age range need to be familiar with the experiential and phenomenological aspects of this condition.
Today's young people, who often crank up their headphones or car stereos, are at great risk for losing some hearing in coming years," warns audiologist Alice Holmes, a researcher on the new study.
Once found, the Bengkala gene will join the numerous other genes that investigators have recently tied to hearing loss.
Skilled nursing facilities are apt to encounter individuals with hearing impairments in greater proportions than the general public.
What a desecration to this room," Gibbons intoned at the Medicare hearing.
The combination of two sensory losses - particularly of hearing and vision - creates a barrier between the individual and his/her world that is difficult, if not at times impossible, to surmount.
Beaumont: I get the impression from hearing you talk briefly about your new book that you're definitely not completed with your mission.
Hereditary deafness is hearing loss that is inherited or passed down from parents to their children.