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Historical Examples

What we call the auditive organ is in the lower animals simply a sac containing auditive stones.
Popular scientific lectures Ernst Mach

He is an “auditive” as well as a “visualist,” to employ the precious classification of the psychiatrists.
Unicorns James Huneker

The visual sense had here been rapidly replaced by the tactual and auditive senses.
Popular scientific lectures Ernst Mach

Exceptional visual and auditive imaging power are rarely present in the same individual.
A Librarian’s Open Shelf Arthur E. Bostwick

Simply because our auditive perception has assumed the habit of saturating itself with visual images.
Bergson and His Philosophy J. Alexander Gunn

But besides the auditive function, Weber’s ossicles may perfectly well discharge some other function.
Popular scientific lectures Ernst Mach


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    a person appointed and authorized to examine accounts and accounting records, compare the charges with the vouchers, verify balance sheet and income items, and state the result. a university student registered for a course without credit and without obligation to do work assigned to the class. a hearer; listener. Contemporary Examples Bar-Fields had served two […]

  • Auditor general

    noun (in Canada) a federal official responsible for auditing government departments and making an annual report Historical Examples Ludwell replied that he could not change the old method without orders from the auditor general. Give Me Liberty Thomas J. Wertenbaker Inquisitiveness is but another name for the auditor general. Wise or Otherwise Lydia Leavitt

  • Auditoria

    the space set apart for the audience in a theater, school, or other public building. a building for public gatherings; hall. noun (pl) -toriums, -toria (-ˈtɔːrɪə) the area of a concert hall, theatre, school, etc, in which the audience sits (US & Canadian) a building for public gatherings or meetings n. 1727, from Latin auditorium […]

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    the space set apart for the audience in a theater, school, or other public building. a building for public gatherings; hall. Contemporary Examples From Mario Karting through the streets of France to Ponging around a Swiss auditorium, these homages were created by true fans. Real-Life Mario Kart and Other Crazy YouTube Stunts Randi Zuckerberg December […]

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