EARS


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AcronymDefinition
EARSEmergency Animal Rescue Service
EARSEnhanced Accident Response System
EARSElectroacoustic Resource Site (UK)
EARSExpeditionary Air Refueling Squadron
EARSEffective, Affordable, Reusable Speech-to-Text (DARPA IAO program)
EARSEuropean Atherosclerosis Research Study
EARSElectronic Access to Reference Services
EARSEvidence of Alien Contact Revealed in Scripture (Jim Aho book)
EARSElectronic Arts Redwood Shores (Software; Redwood City, CA)
EARSEndangered Animal Rescue Sanctuary
EARSElectromagnetic Aircraft Recovery System
EARSEUMETSAT Advanced Retransmission Service
EARSElection Agents' Record System
EARSEphrata Area Rehabilitation Services (Ephrata, Pennsylvania)
EARSEnvironmental Activities Reporting System
EARSExploitation And Reporting Structure
EARSEn Route Analysis and Reporting System
EARSElectro-Acoustic Rating System (ITU-T)
EARSExternal Access Retrieval System (GTI Inc)
EARSEmergency Airborne Reaction System
EARSExiton Absorption Reflection Switch
EARSElectronic Authorization and Routing System (Sprint)
EARSEducate, Advocate, and Reduce Stress for Caregivers (organization)
EARSExpendable Acoustic Remote Sensor
EARSEvaluation and Analysis Reports System
EARSElectronically Agile Radar System
EARSEqual Access Restriction Service
EARSEmergency Action Reporting System
EARSElectronic Airborne Reaction System
References in classic literature ?
Why, a horse has bigger ears than a man; and a donkey has bigger ears than a horse," explained Tip.
His manly figure was adorned and enriched by a beautiful pair of donkey's ears.
So low was it that he scarcely heard it himself and almost took it on faith, or on the testimony of his lips rather than of his ears, that he had made it.
I'll pierce your ears, and you must wear a bit of silk in them till they are well; your curls will hide them nicely; then, some day, slip in your smallest ear-rings, and see if your uncle don't like them.
The priest walked straight up to him, but strangely enough did not even glance at his ears.
Presently our meal came to an end; the misshapen monster with the pointed ears cleared the remains away, and Montgomery left me alone in the room again.
But at that very instant both suddenly heard a shrill whistle which, as it were, smote on their ears, and both suddenly seized their guns and two flashes gleamed, and two gangs sounded at the very same instant.
It was a wonder the pedlar hadn't murdered him; men of that sort, with rings in their ears, had been known for murderers often and often; there had been one tried at the 'sizes, not so long ago but what there were people living who remembered it.
It would be the easiest folly in the world to fall in love with her: there is such a sweet babylike roundness about her face and figure; the delicate dark rings of hair lie so charmingly about her ears and neck; her great dark eyes with their long eye-lashes touch one so strangely, as if an imprisoned frisky sprite looked out of them.
But it was jammed beneath the overturned sled, and by the time Henry had helped him to right the load, One Ear and the she-wolf were too close together and the distance too great to risk a shot.
thought he, straining eyes and ears and looking to the left and then to the right and listening to the slightest variation of note in the cries of the dogs.
After a time he observed that the Elephant shook his ears very often, and he inquired what was the matter and why his ears moved with such a tremor every now and then.