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  1. attention to what is said
  2. fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn

Ear

The ear is the organ that detects sound. It not only receives sound, but also aids in balance and body position. The ear is part of the auditory system. Often the entire organ is considered the ear, though it may also be considered just the visible portion. In most mammals, the visible ear is a flap of tissue that is also called the pinna (or auri...
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ear

(ēr) the organ of hearing and equilibrium, divided anatomically into the outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. Click here to view image Structures of the ear.
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ear

[n] - fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn 2. [n] - attention to what is said 3. [n] - good hearing 4. [n] - the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium
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Ear

• (n.) Privilege of being kindly heard; favor; attention. • (n.) The spike or head of any cereal (as, wheat, rye, barley, Indian corn, etc.), containing the kernels. • (n.) Same as Acroterium. • (v. t.) To plow or till; to cultivate. • (n.) The organ of hearing; the external ear. • (n.) That which resembles in shape or...
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ear

noun the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium
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Ear

[botany] An ear is the grain-bearing tip part of the stem of a cereal plant, such as wheat or maize. It can also refer to `a prominent lobe in some leaves`. The ear is a spike, consisting of a central stem on which grows tightly packed rows of flowers. These develop into fruits containing the edible seeds. In corn, it is protected by leaves...
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EAR

[file format] EAR (Enterprise ARchive) is a file format used by Java EE for packaging one or more modules into a single archive so that the deployment of the various modules onto an application server happens simultaneously and coherently. It also contains XML files called deployment descriptors which describe how to deploy the modules. Ant...
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Ear

[rune] The Ear {runic|ᛠ} rune of the Anglo-Saxon futhorc is a late addition to the alphabet. It is, however, still attested from epigraphical evidence, notably the Thames scramasax, and its introduction thus cannot postdate the 9th century. It is transliterated as ea, and the Anglo-Saxon rune poem glosses it as Jacob Grimm in his 1835 Teu...
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Ear

Ear intransitive verb To put forth ears in growing; to form ears, as grain; as, this corn ears well.
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Ear

Ear noun [ Anglo-Saxon eáre ; akin to OFries. áre , ár , Old Saxon ...ra , Dutch oor , Old High German ...ra , German ohr , Icelandic eyra , Swedish öra , Danish öre , Goth. auso , Latin auris , Lithuanian
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Ear

Ear transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Eared ; present participle & verbal noun Earing .] To take in with the ears; to hear. [ Sportive] 'I eared her language.' Two Noble Kinsmen.
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ear

1. The organ of hearing; the external ear. ... In man and the higher vertebrates, the organ of hearing is very complicated, and is divisible into three parts: the external ear, which includes the pinna or auricle and meatus or external opening; the middle ear, drum, or tympanum; and the internal ear, or labyrinth. The middle ear is a cavity connect...
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ear, organ of hearing and equilibrium. The human ear consists of outer, middle, and inner parts. The outer ear is the visible portion; it includes the skin-covered flap of cartilage known as the auricle, or pinna, and the opening (auditory canal) leading to the eardrum (tympanic membrane).The middle...
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Ear

Ear: The hearing organ. There are three sections of the ear, according to the anatomy textbooks. They are the outer ear (the part we see along the sides of our head behind the temples), the middle ear, and the inner ear. But in terms of function, the ear has four parts: those three and the brain. Hearing thus involves all parts of the ear as well a...
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EAR

Effective Annual Rate; the interest charged on a bank overdraft not including any fees.
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EAR

Estimated additional resources, as in Considering reserves of uranium deposits
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EAR

European Association of Radiology
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Ear

Foam earplugs, the most comfortable available, but not as good as wax ones. They are little foam cylinders that are rolled up into a thin core which then slowly expands after insertion into the ear canal. Like all earplugs, they take two or three nights to get used to. Available from most chemists.
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ear

oreja
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Organ of hearing in animals. It responds to the vibrations that constitute sound, which are translated into nerve signals and passed to the brain. A mammal's ear consists of three parts: outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. The outer ear is a funnel that collects sound, directing it down a t...
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Ear

Raptors have ears placed on each side of their head, although there is virtually no external structure to it.
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ear

see concrete poetry.
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