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hard-of-hearing

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. having a reduced ability to hear, but not fully deaf; partly deaf.

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  • adj. having a hearing loss

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Examples

  • His worst injury was to his right eardrum: the blast left him hard-of-hearing for life.

    Kill the Irishman

  • Are you trying to encourage hard-of-hearing folks to boycott you?

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  • Aposhian, a professor at the University of Arizona whom Allen described as “an elderly, hard-of-hearing toxicologist with a halo of white hair surrounding his large bald pate,” had written an expert report detailing how thimerosal caused “injury to the developing brains of human embryos and young children” such as Michelle.

    The Panic Virus

  • And as anyone with a hard-of-hearing parent or grandparent knows, once hearing aids are procured, it's often a hard sell to persuade loved ones to wear them.

    Better Hearing Is Being Made More Convenient

  • The article also mentions issues that affect the hard-of-hearing.

    Apollo's Daughter :: Speaking of design...

  • Introduced the Little Rock Foundation Family Resource Room, a resource room for blind, visually impaired, deaf and hard-of-hearing children and their families.

    History of family-centered care at CHOP

  • This is a six-week intensive, graduate-level training program that prepares teachers of the deaf and hard-of-hearing to meet the special needs of children with cochlear implants.

    Resources for Healthcare Professionals

  • Monk's Shalhoub will portray Gene, a hard-of-hearing retired food chemist who's socially inept.

    Pilot Season: Tony Shalhoub, Allison Janney Going to NBC's Friday Night Dinner

  • WORLDEAF CINEMA FESTIVAL, a four-day conference and competition bringing together filmmakers and film fans to celebrate and discover the cinematic art of deaf and hard-of-hearing people, appearances by producer Samuel Goldwyn Jr. and actress Marlee Matlin, Thursday-Sunday, Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Ave.

    D.C. community calendar, Nov. 4 to 11, 2010

  • The program serves deaf and hard-of-hearing children.

    Gallaudet closing 17 programs

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