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si·lent

(sī'lĕnt),
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases or morbid processes.

silent

/si·lent/ (si´lent)
1. noiseless.
2. producing no detectable signs or symptoms.

SILENT

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si·lent

(sī'lĕnt)
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases or morbid processes.

si·lent

(sī'lĕnt)
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases.

silent

produces no audible sound.

silent atria
see atrial standstill.
silent estrus
see silent heat (below).
silent heat
the behavior pattern in which the animal gives no behavioral signals that an ovarian follicle is maturing and rupturing although it is doing so or has just done so. Called also silent estrus.
silent lung
breath sounds absent on auscultation; occurs over collapsed lung or lung shielded by fluid, pus, solid tissue.
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THE RECENT CRITICAL acclaim of Michel Hazanavicius' silent film "The Artist" (2011)--including multiple Academy Awards--again has turned attention to how the coming of sound turned many Hollywood careers into a topsyturvydom while also spawning a legion of new stars.
In fact, most of the major festivals have begun showing at least one classic silent film per edition.
If it happened in a silent film, chances are the Fotoplayer by the American Photo Player Co.
A unique silent movie made by Alfred Hitchcock will enjoy a rare cinema screening in Wales this weekend.
In fact, the one "hetero" makes his living by marrying and impregnating Silent women, then stealing and selling the babies.
In Silent Movie Marker falls back on others' voices and uses them, not his own, in the silents' way, most prominently as intertitles that stream through the center screen, paced against the repeating image of a cardiogram monitoring a beating heart.
Leaving an Inheritance is Not a Priority for the Silent Generation; "Silents" Have Saved but Still Lack Some Basic Knowledge
4 for the annual ``Silents Under the Stars'' featuring a twilight tour of the mansion, an old-fashioned Western dinner and a screening of one of his classic silent films.
The Collection also includes the deluxe two-disc set of "TCM Archives: Garbo Silents" with three of the star's greatest silent films -- "Flesh and the Devil," "The Temptress" and "The Mysterious Lady.
TCM Archives: The Buster Keaton Collection" features two of Keaton's funniest silents, "The Cameraman," re-mastered with a new score by former Frank Zappa band member Arthur Barrow, and "Spite Marriage" (featuring its original 1929 Vitaphone musical score) along with "Free and Easy," Keaton's first talkie.
lt; Talkies were ony a decade old in 1938 when John and Dorothy Hampton were pining for the silents they grew up with in Oklahoma and began seriously considering building a theater to screen them.
In this special summer series of silents, five programs showcasing some of the silent screen's more notable siblings will be presented.