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  • For the tools to reach that goal, the Alliance partnered with G-PASS, which implements Sound Associates' systems, including D-Scriptive, a handheld device with one ear-piece through which the listener hears a pre-recorded audio script describing everything onstage as the show is taking place, and I-Caption, which delivers the text of the script—including character names—in tight synchronization with the show on a polarized handheld screen.

    Opening Up Broadway to All the Senses

  • The successor to the iPwn: The iPhone Classic with REAL push buttons and noticeable ear-piece.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Sketch a Day: 02-15-2008

  • Some have even kindly removed an ipod ear-piece to listen to me.


  • It must've taken him years and a lot of people whispering into his ear-piece...

    Gandhi would be so proud.

  • Dozens of burly American secret service members, dressed in plain suits with an ear-piece plugged into one ear, swarmed the hotel lobby and the banquet hall standing shoulder to shoulder with Iranian bodyguards.

    My Dinner With Ahmadinejad

  • None of the trenchcoat-clad, ear-piece wearing guards could prevent him from being roundly booed, though, and neither could they secure an entertaining first half on the field ...

    Poor Paul got Boo'ed

  • In fact, Shrub will keep taking ear-piece advice from Uncle Karl to oppose the Democrats at every turn, and to *gag* “stay the course”.

    Think Progress » Bush on what he learned from Tuesday’s elections:

  • The computer gave back the results into his ear-piece: Clara Terra was last known to be home with her fianc, and Nova Terra was scheduled to depart that very morning on a private yacht from Osborne Station to Tyrador IX.


  • This information would then be fed into Julian's ear-piece and he would come out with it, thereby giving the world the impression that he was actually quite well informed about language matters.

    On minding 'Never Mind the Fullstops'

  • He knew that the Bush was a disengaged poseur whose political acuity never exceeded the melodic bromides fed through his ear-piece.

    You��re doin�� a Heck of a Job, Dick Cheney


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