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aural

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

[′ȯr·əl]
(biology)
Pertaining to the ear or the sense of hearing.
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Several techniques have been reported in literature for management of aural haematoma.
Aural training using Fixed-Do helps children internalize pitch, resulting in a strong relative pitch sense and, in many cases, perfect pitch.
The students' own performances were recorded, graphed and then compared to the artists' performances, providing immediate aural and visual feedback to track their understanding.
I believe digital technology is hastening this transition from the visual to the aural. In a 1962 essay, 'Wired for sound: Teaching, Communications, and Technological Culture,' Professor Ong presciently wrote: 'In their whole trend, modern developments in communications, while they have not slighted the visual, have given more play to the oral-aural, which a purely typographical culture had reduced to a record minimum in human life.
The authors of the paper, published in The Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons, said an average of 1,218 nasal and 2,479 aural foreign body removals are performed each year at an annual cost of PS2,880,148 to NHS England.
The blues is a musical art form that evolved from aural traditions.
Aural haematoma often called as boxer's or wrestler's or cauliflower ear occurs due to constant shaking and rubbing of ear due to otitis, hypersensitivity and allergic dermatitis, ectoparasitism, otorrhea and presence of foreign bodies, leads to rupture of inner vessels resulting in bleeding within the cartilage layers of auricle and haematoma formation (Ahiwar et al., 2007).
VARK (an acronym for visual, aural, read/write, and kinesthetic, different way of learning styles) is a learning inventory belongs to the "instructional preference" modal which differentiates students by the way in which they best acquire information.
15 -- Portronics has launched the Aural 202 headphones at Rs 899.
The rate of successful removal of all foreign bodies attempted by the ED team was fairly high--78%; success rates were 86% for nasal foreign bodies, 72% for aural objects, and 67% for those lodged in the throat.