Some articles on listening:
... Auscultation (based on the Latin verb auscultare "to listen") is the term for listening to the internal sounds of the body, usually using a stethoscope ... The act of listening to body sounds for diagnostic purposes has its origin further back in history, possibly as early as Ancient Egypt ... is a skill that requires substantial clinical experience, a fine stethoscope and good listening skills ...
... Listening Books is a UK audiobook charity founded in 1959 by Norma Skemp ... The charity runs an annual "Listening Books Award for the Spoken Word" at the Hay Festival ...
... conversation, meaning does not reside in the words spoken, but it filled in by the person listening ... that women attach more weight than men to the importance of listening in conversation, with its connotations of power to the listener as confidant of the speaker ... This attachment of import by women to listening is inferred by women’s normally lower rate of interruption — i.e ...
... The GLG-20 Listening Device is a small, inconspicuous bug that can be planted for eavesdropping on conversations ... the GLG-20 can also be broadcast to a receiver for live listening ...
... Stop Listening 5" CD (MUMCD102 / 569 949-2) b-sides The Cappuccino Song, Feeling Is Gone, Stop Listening (directors cut) Stop Listening 5" CD (MUMXD102 / 569 927-2) b-sides ...
More definitions of "listening":
- (noun): The act of hearing attentively.
Example: "You can learn a lot by just listening"
Famous quotes containing the word listening:
“Proportion ... You cant help thinking about it in these London streets, where it doesnt exist.... Its like listening to a symphony of cats to walk along them. Senseless discords and a horrible disorder all the way.... A concert of Brobdingnagian cats. Order has been turned into a disgusting chaos. We need no barbarians from outside; theyre on the premises, all the time.”
—Aldous Huxley (18941963)
“Sentences and paragraphs. Sentences are not emotional but paragraphs are. I can say that as often as I like and it always remains as it is, something that is. I said I found this out first in listening to Basket my dog drinking. And anybody listening to any dogs drinking will see what I mean.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“Lift every voice and sing till earth and heaven ring,
ring with the harmonies of liberty.
Let our rejoicing rise high as the listening skies;
Let it resound loud as the rolling sea.”
—James Weldon Johnson (18711938)