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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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Prepare to be aurally impressed with these 'buds - equipped with 15mm drivers, yurbuds Inspire Limited Edition Wireless earphones more than double the driver size of many other stereo wireless earphones, providing bigger and better sound.
The dancer's movements, choreographed by Fabrice Guillot, are amplified aurally and transformed into seeming weightlessness by 3-D projections.
Especially enjoyable is the astonishingly wise aboriginal yard boy, Fred, who speaks entertaining, biblically-based, English aurally learned from Comity's late mother and the stories she read aloud.
5) Everybody's favorite red-nosed reindeer proves he isn't a one-trick pony when Santa sends him on a mission to find the aurally enhanced Baby New Year.
Visually and aurally futuristic, the set was driven by frontman Matthew Bellamy's atmospheric falsetto tone and his experimental guitar riffs that were so masterful I occasionally forgot to listen to anything else.
Dame Judi Dench has to learn her lines aurally because her macular degeneration means she can no longer see her scripts, but at 78 she is still acting.
The website should be visually, aurally and textually communicate academy results and activities and be integrebar with various social media.
Lesson mode offers top-notch breakdowns of all the moves you''ll need to hit the arcade encounters with half a chance of success, and every subsequent competitive bout proves to be as visually mesmeric as it is aurally amazing.
Lesson mode provides top-notch breakdowns of all the moves you'll need to hit the arcade encounters with half a chance of success, and every subsequent competitive bout proves to be as visually mesmeric as it is aurally amazing.
Lesson mode provides top-notch breakdowns of all the moves you'll need to hit the arcade encounters with half a chance of success and every subsequent competitive bout proves to be as visually mesmeric as it is aurally amazing.
Every aspect of this book is appealing, from the bold, bright cover and the interesting endpapers, to the visually and aurally rich text.
The Symphony Hall audience will be aurally swept from Westminster Abbey to the Shropshire hills, with a quick detour to fairyland in British Classics.