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audition

Physiology the act, sense, or power of hearing

audition

[ȯ′dish·ən]
(physiology)
Ability to hear.
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To enhance the overall audition performance, students should dress smartly and comfortably for auditions and also focus on stage presence.
It's really there to make sure your jaw doesn't hit the audition table.
Enrolment is at 1pm with the auditions running from 1.
The use of SmartMusic as an auditioning tool will standardize the audition process and provide equal opportunity for development to all musicians.
A few weeks later, Vanderwaal received a letter in the mail asking her to come in for an audition in Los Angeles.
Audition dates: Jan 16, Feb 20, Mar 12 (Silver Spring, MD)
Audition appointments must be made online at theshedd.
A spokesman said: "We want to give everyone the maximum opportunity to audition for the show whether they are an amateur artist, have had a management deal in the past or have one now.
Talking about his big day, Joe said: "Me and my mum went to Liverpool for the audition.
The open audition process for Big Brother 10 will kick off in edinburgh and now hopefuls can also upload a one-minute audition video to impress producers.
Big Brother has also teamed up with YouTube to launch an online 'auditions channel' where hopefuls can upload a one-minute audition video to impress producers.
2 -- color) Showgirl Julie Taber watches as dancers audition for Don Arden's Jubilee