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American football a change of playing tactics called by the quarterback when the offense is lined up at the line of scrimmage

Audible

An audiobook service from Amazon. Originally introduced by Audible Inc. in 1998, along with the first popular digital audio player (only for Audible titles), Amazon acquired the company in 2008. As of 2019, more than 200,000 titles are available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Amazon's Kindle Fire devices, and Audible content can be purchased and downloaded into iTunes. Audio digests of newspapers, magazines, newsletters and other material are also available.

Audible files are in a protected MP3 format that uses the .AA extension for variable bit rates or .AAX for higher quality. Books obtained from the iTunes store have an M4B extension. AudibleSee audiobook and iTunes.
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But I did say, under my breath but audibly, in frustration, I thought you lot were supposed to f***ing help us and it is for that I apologise.
The software must include a patient calling system to enable patients to be called by doctors or nurses from waiting areas into consulting room both visually, on dedicated displays or display screens, and audibly.
I can still remember with resounding clarity all these years later the note of horror in my mother's voice the first time she called me and I sounded audibly drunk.
Their aim: a meaningful engagement with the audibly impaired should they cross paths with them.
It's this sadness, juxtaposed with spunky pop attitude, plus Cooper's charming butquirkily accented voice, that make for an audibly pleasing dissonance.
The device audibly projects street names, intersections and landmarks as the user walks or rides in a vehicle.
The new VoiceMate service audibly alerts the driver when email or text messages are received from prioritized contacts.
The economically priced CygScope R has a built-in loudspeaker and LED level display to audibly and visually alert the user to leakages.
Breen, of Melrose Rose, Kirkdale, audibly sighed and hung his head as the verdict was announced.
au*di*bly \-bl[macron over e]\ adverb <He groaned audibly at the new assignment.
Users are alerted to traffic delays, both audibly and on-screen, and can choose an alternative route to their location.
According to Swinton's data, the most common scenario involves an audibly unaware podestrian stepping into the road without first looking properly or hearing cars whizzing by.