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  • noun Plural form of aurist.

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Examples

  • Just as oculists have multiplied since the invention of journalism, so with the phonography yet to be, the aurists will begin to abound.

    The End of Books

  • The acoumeter is largely used by aurists and can be obtained from the optician.

    Civics and Health

  • The aurists then tried their experiments with quite different results.

    The Story of My Life

  • A striking illustration of this strange power was recently shown while her ears were being examined by the aurists in Cincinnati.

    The Story of My Life

  • A striking illustration of this strange power was recently shown while her ears were being examined by the aurists in Cincinnati.

    The Story of My Life

  • The aurists then tried their experiments with quite different results.

    The Story of My Life

  • I saw, for instance, a distinct improvement in hearing in the case of a young woman who had increasing deafness while the aurists declared that the ears were in proper condition.

    Psychotherapy

  • We have aurists, dentists and oculists, surgeons for fractures of the bone, and others for internal diseases.

    An Egyptian Princess — Volume 02

  • We have aurists, dentists and oculists, surgeons for fractures of the bone, and others for internal diseases.

    An Egyptian Princess — Volume 02

  • We have aurists, dentists and oculists, surgeons for fractures of the bone, and others for internal diseases.

    An Egyptian Princess — Complete

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