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  • noun A healthcare professional with a doctoral degree in audiology.


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  • Born on the same day as the anniversary of the founding of AT&T, this Scottish-born inventor and audiologist is most famous for the invention of the telephone (1876).

    Born on March 3 | myFiveBest 2010

  • The next day, I called audiologist to please email me for my audiogram result. 2009

  • I felt that the audiologist was a little short with me but I don't know if that was just my interpretation. 2009

  • Excuse me; I have an appointment with an "audiologist".

    Untenable Positions: Contortionist Cockpits BikeSnobNYC 2010

  • They should seek out and find an "audiologist" An audiologist has at least a doctorate degree and is interested in your hearing.

    unknown title 2009

  • The 102EX is majorly quiet, as in, "Mary, get my audiologist on the phone."

    The Face of Green? Dan Neil 2011

  • Sean's audiologist works with Sean and his family on behavior reinforcements and strategies to help Sean adjust to them.

    Sean 2010

  • Every member of our staff is a masters or doctoral level audiologist who holds national certification and state licensure.

    Audiology 2010

  • Elise Ney, 50, an audiologist from Bethesda, is the strong one, always upbeat.

    Tai Shan, their bear necessity William Wan 2010

  • But you have to be aware of all the sound in your life, explained Andrew Vermiglio, an audiologist with the House Research Institute, a nonprofit organization that studies and promotes hearing safety.

    Sounds Like Teen Spirit Michael Hsu 2011


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