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Once your eardrum starts vibrating, the ossicles in your middle ear start vibrating, too.
One time, she was hit so hard her eardrum ruptured and streamed blood.
Because Auburn is the kind of team built to beat Georgia, especially in a stadium that can be as eardrum-splitting as any in the SEC.
The lawsuit claims that the Colemans, Floyd, and the other three men attacked Sapp, knocked him unconscious and ruptured his eardrum.
The Rams would seem to be a team susceptible to the beneficial aspects of CenturyLink, which is centered around the disruptive effect of 60,000-plus fans screaming their heads off in a stadium engineered acoustically for maximum eardrum penetration.
On Christmas Day, my husband dragged himself to the emergency room because his eardrum had burst due to his congested sinuses.
As Helen Thompson of Science News explains, birds are able to regenerate tiny hair cells that line sensory portion of the eardrum.
Paxahau/Movement Once a year on Memorial Day weekend the Movement Electronic Music Festival transforms downtown Detroit’s Hart Plaza into an eardrum-splitting playground for tens of thousands of techno fans from around the globe.
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