Hearing may refer to:

  • Hearing (sense), the sense by which sound is perceived
  • Hearing (person), a person who has hearing within normal parameters
  • Hearing (law), a legal proceeding before a court or other decision making body or officer
    • Preliminary hearing
  • Hearing impairment
  • United States congressional hearing

Other articles related to "hearing":

Simultaneous Communication
... SimCom or Sign Supported Speech (SSS) is a technique sometimes used by deaf, hard-of-hearing or hearing sign language persons in which both a spoken language and a manual variant of that language ... the idea of communicating using two modes of language seems ideal in a hearing/deaf setting, in practice the two languages are rarely relayed perfectly ... language of the user (usually spoken language for the hearing person and sign language for the deaf person) is the language that is strongest, while ...
Edison Chen Photo Scandal - Hearing and Trial - Chen's Hearing
... and a magistrate were thus flown out to Vancouver, Canada for a hearing beginning on 23 February 2009 at taxpayers' expense ... Legislator Ronny Tong questioned the "extravagancy" of this hearing, and suggested there may be an easier and cheaper way to collect Chen's evidence ... During the hearing, which was presided over by Supreme Court of British Columbia Justice Elaine Adair, with Hong Kong's Chief Magistrate Tong Man (唐文) as co-commissioner, Chen ...
Don't Lose The Music - Objectives
... exposure to sounds over 85 dB over time can cause damage to hearing ... Damage to hearing is caused by a combination of three factors – length of exposure to the noise, the average level of the noise and the peak level of the noise ... variable is individual susceptibility to hearing damage, which varies from person to person ...
Hearing Protectors
... Hearing protectors are devices designed to prevent Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL), a type of post-lingual hearing impairment ...

Famous quotes containing the word hearing:

    Recently we’ve been hearing a lot about women “having it all.” Myself, I think that is not really an accurate description of female lives today. It seems to me that what we have been up to is DOING it all.
    Sylvia Hewlett (20th century)

    Ah, Governor [Murphy, of New Jersey], don’t try to deceive me as to the sentiment of the dear people. I have been hearing from the West and the East, and the South seems to be the only section which approves of me at all, and that comes from merely a generous impulse, for even that section would deny me its votes.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    That myth—that image of the madonna-mother—has disabled us from knowing that, just as men are more than fathers, women are more than mothers. It has kept us from hearing their voices when they try to tell us their aspirations . . . kept us from believing that they share with men the desire for achievement, mastery, competence—the desire to do something for themselves.
    Lillian Breslow Rubin (20th century)