Advantage- everyone could see you Disadvantage- expensive and was also not conducive to either seeing or hearing the actors on stage.
It is probably Possible.......
It is possible for a timpanists to lose their hearing over a period of time. Exposure to loud music over a long period of time can damage hearing and result in hearing loss.
If the preliminary hearing is commensurate with your bond hearing, it is possible that you could either have bail set at that time, or released on Personal Rocognizance.
Some people learn best by seeing the information in words or pictures - those people understand what they read best when they read silently. Other people learn best by hearing - those people benefit by reading out loud. It really depends on what sort of learner you are. My opinion is, so long as you're reading, I don't care if you do it silently or out loud! Reading is one of the best ways to improve your mind.
its possible, but not all deaf want to become hearing...... There is a device called a Cochlear Implant, it amazing. i have one. its a miracle. :) The Cochlear Implant puts a magnet into your head and it captured the extra sound and sends it to the cochlea which sends to the brain.
No, sorry. This is special group of people and they have to be in very good physical form-including hearing.
if not treated properly the dog could have possible hearing loss or hearing deficiencies in the future
Yes, it is very possible to hear but not listen and listen but not hear. If you are hearing but not listening, that means you are hearing the person speaking to you but not listening to what they are saying. If you are listening but not hearing, you are listening to what the person is saying but you might not have heard something correctly or you might of missed something the person said.
Permanent neural hearing loss most often results from damage to the acoustic nerve and the parts of the brain that control hearing. Strokes, multiple sclerosis , and acoustic neuromas are all possible causes of neural hearing loss.