“* The puppeteers have hidden ears, hidden ears* --”
“The first _he_, in the last example, is redundant; yet the construction is sometimes admissible, for the expression is more forcible than it would be to say, "Let him hear who hath ears to hear;" and if we adopt the ingenious method of Mr. Smith, the sentence is grammatical, and may be rendered thus; "He that hath ears, _hath ears_ to hear; let him hear.”
“Any dope must be well rubbed in on face, neck, ears, and _behind ears_, hands (on the backs), wrists, and arms; but be very careful not to get it _in your eyes_.”
“Rounded off handsomely, like human ears [?] _Mid. _ (_feeling his ears_)”
“I used to have lamb’s ears in my garden but I… hm, got rid of them since I thought they were a bit slimey, *so sorry about that lamb’s ears*.”
“The word ‘ears’ might probably be better printed ‘’ears’ for”
“Anything that helps clear the cob webs out of the space between my ears is a good thing.”
“Even with a AAA battery, they are light and the foam padding around the ears is the perfect size, at least for my head & ears.”
“A good insulated cap with a sock hat to cover the ears is always in a pocket when needed along with some insulated gloves.”
“Those distinctive white earbuds lodged in the ears is a dead giveaway.”
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