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acoustic
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

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auditorium acoustics
Definition
sound quality or its study based on such things as the surfaces off of which sound bounces — such as how well a voice on stage can be heard in the back of an auditorium, or how noisy a restaurant sounds
  • Because the acoustics, the resonance changes according as the weight of the water is equal to the law of falling water.
    Episode 11 — Sirens (75% in)
  • Acoustics that is.
    Episode 11 — Sirens (75% in)

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  • The difficulties of interpretation since the significance of any event followed its occurrence as variably as the acoustic report followed the electrical discharge and of counterestimating against an actual loss by failure to interpret the total sum of possible losses proceeding originally from a successful interpretation.
    Episode 17 — Ithaca (16% in)

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