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attic

 [at´ik]
a small upper space of the middle ear, containing the head of the malleus and the body of the incus.

ep·i·tym·pa·num

(ep'i-tim'pă-nŭm),
The upper portion of the tympanic cavity or middle ear above the tympanic membrane; it contains the head of the malleus and the body of the incus.
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I have no doubt the Hayloft will become one of the area's leading restaurants and I can't wait to return.
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Someone left the door to the barn open and this stupid cow wandered in and somehow climbed those narrow stairs into the hayloft. I don't know how she ever negotiated the landing and the corner on the way up but she can't negotiate them to get down.
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Life in the orchard is idyllic as Jack and Annabel harvest apples during the day and make love in the hayloft at night.
Sometimes it's gnarly, like when he did the feeble out of the hayloft onto the hood of his truck.