27 adverbs to describe how to « hear » | Collocation dictionary
We all hearconstantly that strong principals play a large part in creating strong schools, but I was struck that Bennett had very little to say about them and their role--except as the last resort for disgruntled parents.
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The stuff the human ear doesn't hearanyway).
This is the first MESTAR stuff I've heardapart from the impressive live version of 'Choo Choo Train' on last year's arclife live album, but they also have a self titled debut.
I often wonder if all the merriment can be heardashore and what people think of it.
Tak is hearddaily on the Radio Rhema network with the popular program 'Running with Fire.'
1 The sound heard upstairs by the technician differs to that hearddownstairs in the auditorium by the congregation.
Air, water, discharge and two land use consents were approved this week, following a hearingearlier this month.
And one hearsexactly the same argument now.
Wekas, parakeets, fantails, bellbirds, tuis and many others can be seen and heardfirsthand especially early morning.
But I also hearfull-grown adults, clearly native speakers, talk that way.
The scores of East of Eden , Spartacus , Jules and Jim , Dodes'kaden , and a host of other classic films, whose music we have heardmostly squeezed stingily out of tinny television speakers, have been sumptuously rerecorded.
What are we going to hearnext?
Dearing and dearling are both forms of darling, but much less often heardnowadays.
No sound can be heardoutside of this outer ellipsoid.
The first of these includes horns, being heardpossibly for the first time in Britain.
On the subject of public safety’ we heardpractically nothing.
By the time this pair of Alesis monitors arrived I must confess I was starting to question my ability to hearproperly!
However, counsel for Mrs Creighton had given an undertaking to reply as soon as he had heard from his client about the proposal for an adjournment and there was no suggestion that she would proceed with the hearingregardless.
Acheson turned his heardslowly, as if to say that the words he would now say were sacredly confidential.
Holbrooke, at least, will get a hearingsomeday.
"You can count on it," we hearstraight from Elizabeth, "because it's right for America's families."
But amid the tales of rupiah and ringgit one also hearssurprisingly old-fashioned references--to Charles Kindleberger's classic 1978 book Manias, Panics, and Crashes , and even to Walter Bagehot's Lombard Street (1873).
1 The sound heardupstairs by the technician differs to that heard downstairs in the auditorium by the congregation.
The Board has a panel of more than 500 examiners, many of whom travel the world hearingupwards of half a million candidates every year in 90 countries.
The tribunal found that the claim should be heardurgently.
To prevent a person who has no understanding of English from using an interpreter would be no different from denying a hearingaltogether (para ).