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The term “hard of hearing” may refer to a person whose hearing impairment is less severe, as measured by a hearing test, but also has a sociological meaning, referring to the person with an audiological impairment who functions within a speech environment more easily, through hearing aids and speechreading.
Grant KW (2001) The effect of speechreading on masked detection thresholds for filtered speech.
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Finnegans Wake 2006
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