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HEARHawaiian Ecosystems At Risk Project
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HEARHospital Emergency Administrative Radio (communication system)
HEARHealth Enrollment Assessment Review
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HEARHigher Education Access Route
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My mother does not hear; she is a little deaf you know.
I am delighted, he replied, to hear you say so, and shall begin by speaking, as I proposed, of the nature and origin of justice.
This, I think, when you hear it from my own mouth, will make you wonder at so much baseness and ingratitude."
He said something more, but Rostov did not wait to hear it and rode away.
Let me hear nothing more, until I can rejoice with you that your husband is found.'
While the old man told this story, Raoul looked at Christine's blue eyes and golden hair; and Christine thought that Lotte was very lucky to hear the Angel of Music when she went to sleep.
"No more of it!" she said--"I won't hear a word more."
"Yes," replied the shaggy man; "we are only obliged to hear this music a short time, until we leave him and go away; but the poor fellow must listen to himself as long as he lives, and that is enough to drive him crazy.
You don't want them to hear you, out on the lawn there--do you?
There was no sound within the house, there was no sound near them; but far away on the lagoon they could hear the voices of the boatmen ringing fitful and distinct on the calm water.
The young fellows saw all this going on, but did not hear the two of them say anything to each other.
I don't wish to hear you tell your servants to close the door on this friendless creature."