ear hole


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Noun1.ear hole - a hole (as in a helmet) for sound to reach the earsear hole - a hole (as in a helmet) for sound to reach the ears
hole - an opening deliberately made in or through something
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Later, the ear hole is used as a centroid and a 16-circle template is generated to extract the major axis lengths of the ear.
It was worth getting a clip round the ear hole for getting grass stains on it.
I've had George Groves in the back of my ear hole for the last year because he was in my ear for the Kessler fight in May 2013.
The ear can be located by placing it just behind the top of the lower jaw, with the ear hole at approximately the same height as the lower rim of the eye cavity.
William Sermon, has revealed that ancient royals used to put a loaf of bread in their ear hole to cure an earache.
The ref wasn't going to book him, but someone got in his ear hole and he's pulled him back.
As for reflexes, mine were pretty good when it came to dodging my mum's hand aiming at my ear hole.
As the head came around, the front bead found the ear hole, and the elephant was down.
The DB's eyes should now be focused on the receiver's ear hole (helmet).
I read the comments from her father, Tony, who stated: "In my day, you used to get a bang around the ear hole and a 'don't do it again'.
They stand there, bless 'em, going through the motions with a yellow inflatable and must feel like giving that whistle a blast down some poor sod's ear hole to see if that attracts their attention.
The ear grab is a symbolic attempt by the listener to 'hear no evil' - other variations include rubbing the back of the ear pulling at the ear lobe or bending the entire ear forward to cover the ear hole