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McClure's hearing aid, in an earlier scene, is used to torture detective Diamond with amplified sound ( so as not to leave marks ).
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After forming in Yukon, Oklahoma, they moved to the college town of Stillwater, Oklahoma, where acts like Mike McClure's The Great Divide and singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave had established enough of a local scene to earn Stillwater the nickname North Austin.
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Having a child will secure McClure's casting as McBain's sidekick in McBain IV: Fatal Discharge, but Selma is unwilling to bring a child into a loveless relationship and decides to leave McClure.
McClure's character is most developed in " A Fish Called Selma ", which provides a more in-depth look into his private life and backstory.
McClure's most prominent episode, " A Fish Called Selma ", is often regarded as one of the best episodes in the show's history, and is a favorite of many staff members.
The film is a spinoff from the Superman film series starring Christopher Reeve, to which it is connected by Marc McClure's character Jimmy Olsen.
* 1874-A. D. McClure's 250 ' wide Plank Dam, damming the Blanchard River for his sawmill & grist mill is referenced in an engineering book on mill dam construction.
The January 1903 issue of McClure's is considered to be the official beginning of muckraking journalism, although the muckrakers would get their label later.
And this is our offer to you: we will send you a set of these books without charge -- we will pay for them -- we will pay the cost of getting them to you -- and we will pay the royalty to Mr. Robertson -- if you will pay for one year's subscription to Metropolitan and McClure's at the same price you would pay if you bought them from your newsdealer every month.
The design is also directly referenced in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and the film Charlie's Angels and it was parodied ( as Troy McClure's house ) in an episode of The Simpsons.
Besides Jimmy Olsen, McClure's other well known role is in the 1985 hit film Back to the Future as Dave McFly.
On their 2000 album And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out, indie rock band Yo La Tengo has a song entitled " Let's Save Tony Orlando's House "; the song is named after a telethon in Troy McClure's fictional CV seen in this episode.
McClure's and with
The novel originally appeared as a serialization in McClure's, beginning with the November 1896 edition.
Selma decides to remain with McClure anyway, but she becomes disturbed when McClure's agent advises the pair to have a child ( since " all the big parts these days are going to family men ").
The course was allegedly designed to play to then-commanding officer Major General Robert B. McClure's terrible slice, and thus has a series of holes nicknamed " Combat Corner " with substantial doglegs.
However, Branch noted that the revelation in a contemporaneous McClure's magazine story of " Camp's $ 100, 000 slush fund ", along with concern about the violence of the growing sport, helped lead to President Theodore Roosevelt's intervention in the sport.
He later became an editor of McClure's magazine, where he became part of a celebrated muckraking trio, along with Ida Tarbell and Ray Stannard Baker.
In 1898, Baker joined the staff of McClure's, a pioneer muckraking magazine, and quickly rose to prominence along with Lincoln Steffens and Ida Tarbell.
One trust they manipulated was with Christopher Dunn Co. She followed that work with The History of The Standard Oil Company: the Oil War of 1872, which appeared in McClure's Magazine in 1908.
In addition, Joseph Pulitzer's New York World was consistently critical of Eddy, and — according to many historians — this, along with a derogatory article in McClure's, furthered Eddy's decision to found her own media outlet.
Trenchant articles dealing with trusts, high finance, impure foods and abusive railroad practices began to appear in the daily newspapers and in such popular magazines as McClure's and Collier's.
( 1912 ), was released to coincide with a serial story of the same name published in McClure's Ladies ' World magazine.
In the title song he credits Jessica McClure's ordeal for inspiring him to quit drinking, stating, " She was trapped in there with a broken arm in the dark, in a life-and-death situation she was singing nursery rhymes to herself and being brave ,"..." It made my problems seem tiny.
Kevin McClure's study describes two types of accounts circulating, some more clearly based on Machen, others with different details.
When his relationship with Scribner's soured, Doubleday left the company to go into partnership with Samuel S. McClure, publisher of McClure's Magazine.
" The Ventura County Reporter < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s Matthew Singer thought it was " overflowing with great individual scenes ", particularly Troy McClure's Meat Council propaganda video, which he said " may be the funniest isolated segment in the history of the show.
It was originally published in the popular magazine McClure's in 1899, with the subtitle The United States and the Philippine Islands.
Made by Edison Studios, the action serial consisted of twelve one-reel episodes released monthly beginning July 26, 1912 to coincide with the serial story of the same name published in McClure's The Ladies ' World magazine.
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Ray Stannard Baker published " The Right to Work " in McClure's Magazine in 1903, about coal mine conditions, a coal strike, and the situation of non-striking workers ( or scabs ).
Other changes that resulted from muckraker articles include the reorganization of the U. S. Navy ( after Henry Reuterdahl published a controversial article in McClure's ).
* Ida M. Tarbell's history of John D. Rockefeller and the Standard Oil Company for McClure's Magazine ( 1903 ).
On the first national U. S. tour, he was played by Robert McClure, who was later replaced by Seth Rettberg ( McClure's understudy during the tour ).
It was published in the Pall Mall Gazette and the Pall Mall Budget for December 13, 1894, and in McClure's Magazine for January 1895, before being collected as the third story in The Second Jungle Book ( 1895 ).
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And as the waves flow back and forth and merge with the waves from the neighboring atoms, you can put on a magic hearing aid and you hear music.
However, there is an interesting contrast between the belief that exposure of signs to a hearing infant will aid them in language development, whereas a deaf infant at times must show the inability to learn an oral language before they are taught sign language.
His hearing would continue to get worse later, but at that point he had not yet acquired a hearing aid.
A 2005 US House hearing on the horn of Africa described that " nearly 80 percent " Eritreans of receiving food aid.
Upon hearing these cries and comprehending them, Avalokitesvara attempted to reach out to all those who needed aid, but found that her two arms shattered into pieces.
His device was similar to the common ear trumpet, a historical form of hearing aid ; indeed, his invention was almost indistinguishable in structure and function from the trumpet, which was commonly called a " microphone ".
In June 1138, with the aid of Robert of Gloucester, Geoffrey obtained the submission of Bayeux and Caen ; in October he devastated the neighbourhood of Falaise ; finally, in March 1141, on hearing of his wife's success in England, he again entered Normandy, when he made a triumphal procession through the country.
Videos in the format do not come with closed caption ( on-screen text to aid viewers with hearing problems ).
Many of these conditions can be helped with surgery, and an air conduction hearing aid is often a good choice of treatment.
A more common reason is in patients with chronic ear infections that drain continuously or start to drain when the ear canal is obstructed with an air conduction hearing aid mould.
An implant made out of titanium is placed in the bone behind the external ear and allowed to osseointegrate and an impedance-matched hearing aid can be attached.
If the ear is dry and not infected, an air conduction aid could be tried ; if the ear is draining, a direct bone condition hearing aid is often the best solution.
Another wireless system is the audio induction loop which permits the listener with hearing loss to be free of wearing a receiver provided that the listener has a hearing aid or cochlear implant processor with an accessory called a " telecoil ".
This includes children who adapted using speech and lipreading, prosthetic devices such as the cochlear implant, artificial language systems such as Signing Exact English and Cued Speech, and hearing aid technology.
Research literature shows that no matter whether deaf people use sign language, speech, or assistive technology like the hearing aid and the cochlear implant prosthesis, the majority of deaf adults eventually marry another deaf person and join the deaf community to share in the rewards of the language and culture.
He produced a design for a miniature radio powered by a couple of hearing aid cells and made a deal with Semiconductors to buy its micro-alloy transistors at 6d ( 2½p ) each in boxes of 10, 000.
" British comedic actor Eric Sykes was known in the United Kingdom for wearing thick, square, horn-rimmed glasses, which were in fact a sophisticated hearing aid that alleviated his deafness by allowing him to " hear " vibrations.
The common view of anosmia as trivial can make it more difficult for a patient to receive the same types of medical aid as someone who has lost other senses, such as hearing or sight.