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aural

Physiology of or relating to the sense or organs of hearing; auricular

aural

[′ȯr·əl]
(biology)
Pertaining to the ear or the sense of hearing.
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The students with an aural (A) preference in the questionnaire provide a set of strategies for "learning by ear;" the students who prefer use reading and writing as their first preferences for taking in information are reader/writers (R) or "R and W.
Wissner investigates the ways in which diegetic and non-diegetic music encourages the television viewer's escape from reality and the importance placed on the viewer's aural imagination.
Portronics, a prominent leader in the innovative and portable digital product market, brings most amazing "personalized" music experience with the launch of one of the most amazing cool & classy headphones- Aural 202 to its on-ear headphone series Aural.
Keywords: Aural hematoma; external ear canal; otitis externa; otoscopy; video-otoscope
The aural examples are written out for the teacher at the back of the book.
There were 9 cases of epistaxis after attempts at nasal foreign-body removal and 3 cases of ear canal bleeding after aural foreign-body removal.
Despite its visual richness, its aural qualities are crucial in carrying forward the story.
Hosoi found that a clear sound can be heard when a vibration signal is delivered to the aural cartilage from a transducer [11].
The programme, designed by the American Speech and Hearing Association (Asha) -- certified speech language pathologists -- will help children learn to use their residual hearing to its maximum potential, with the aim of developing their language skills by learning to listen: "There are 20 to 30 similar aural rehabilitation programmes in English but this is the first of its kind with Arabic content, which suits the Arabic and Emirati culture since it helps familiarise the student with his/her surroundings through coloured flash cards that help explain everyday life experiences suitable for different age groups," said Hana Ali Elsa Al Hamdani, Subject Support specialist and team leader for the Abu Dhabi Education Council's (ADEC) Special Needs committee.
These students are expected to demonstrate musicological competence through various analytical tasks including aural dictation, sight singing, presenting a performance and submitting a composition.