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HEARSHospital Emergency Amateur Radio Service (Pennsylvania)
HEARSHelicopter Acoustic Receiver System
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The other, sitting still outside, could hear the voice in the hut.
I don't wish to hear you tell your servants to close the door on this friendless creature."
"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?
The young fellows saw all this going on, but did not hear the two of them say anything to each other.
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.
But she did not give him leave to speak, before, turning to him, she cried, "I hope you will not be angry with me; I would not offend you, sir, for the world; but, indeed, I could not bear to hear him called so." "I must own, madam," said Allworthy, very gravely, "I am a little surprized to hear you so warmly defend a fellow you do not know." "O!
Rostov was horrified to hear later that of all that mass of huge and handsome men, of all those brilliant, rich youths, officers and cadets, who had galloped past him on their thousand-ruble horses, only eighteen were left after the charge.
Let me hear what you think of this suggestion, at your earliest convenience.'