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1 The Earl of Wemyss was another hearing-impaired statesman who made his mark in Parliament.
2 The hearing-impaired say digital phones interfere with hearing aids.
3 The hearing-impaired child also showed improvement in the difference between maximum and minimum of fundamental frequencies.
4 Moreover,(www.Sentencedict.com) the hearing-impaired child also showed improvement in the difference between maximum and minimum of fundamental frequencies.
5 Preferably, the hearing-impaired person is also able to use the system's keyboard or mouse to converse or respond.
6 Deaf and hearing-impaired customers either cannot hear, or have difficulty hearing, auditory alerts and multimedia presentations.
7 The rehabilitation archives of hearing-impaired children keep the basic data of the complete process of hearing and speech rehabilitation, thus have significant values in both theory and practice.
8 The hearing-impaired for whom a visual indication of sound cues or text captioning for auditory presentations must be provided.
9 Some hearing-impaired children may work harder to overcome their handicap.
10 Because he is hearing-impaired and doesn't know sign language, online forums of YoVille players have allowed him to connect with various people.
11 This study probed tone acquisition in a hearing-impaired child with early implantation, and compared him with his hearing-normal fraternal twin sister.
12 Hearing-impaired children tend to have the personality "self-will"at schools due to various reasons.
13 More than 1 in 20 of the population is hearing-impaired to some extent.
14 The governor's speech will be signed by an interpreter for the hearing-impaired.
15 An induction loop has been installed in the Great Hall for the benefit of the hearing-impaired.
16 Granted, at this early stage of our relationship, the stenographer seems hearing-impaired.
17 Anxiety is correlated with coping styles. And multiple regression analysis shows that withdrawing can significantly predict hearing-impaired students' anxiety.
18 This year also had a disabled division, which was won by hearing-impaired Eri Kamimoto of Japan.
19 If wirelessly connected to, say, a smartphone with voice-recognition software, a hearing-impaired person wearing such lenses might see a speaker's words translated into captions.
20 Hearing dog:a dog trained to assist a deaf or hearing-impaired person by signaling the occurrence of certain sounds, such as a ringing telephone or doorbell.
21 Title IV directs telephone companies to provide telephone relay services for speech- or hearing-impaired individuals.
22 Dactylology:The use of the fingers and hands to communicate and convey ideas, as in the manual alphabet used by hearing-impaired and speech-impaired people.
23 In December, there were 62 special schools including a hospital school, schools for children who were visually-impaired, hearing-impaired, physically handicapped, mentally handicapped or with.
24 Objective To understand the needs of the families of hearing-impaired children.
25 The NGO was allowed to provide support and training at an orthopedic hospital, a school for hearing-impaired children, a coal mine hospital, and a home for elderly persons with disabilities.
26 Objective This paper discussed the importance and methods of hearing and speech rehabilitation for prelingually hearing-impaired children.
27 In 2004, Mr. Huffman had a magnet surgically inserted into his fingertip to study the utility of cochlear implants for the hearing-impaired.
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