Stone

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Stone

A unit of weight equivalent to 14 pounds.
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A STONE-deaf toddler who never spoke to her parents has turned into a chatterbox after ear surgery let her hear for the first time.
But people in the streets here are also angry about what they call Lee's arbitrary way of making major decisions, his stone-deaf response to public opinion and his choices of rich and, in some cases, unsavory business leaders for senior positions in his government.
That is a poor excuse - this lady is almost stone-deaf, but why haven't they sent her a letter?
Readers will fall in love once again with Patsy Ann, the stone-deaf bull terrier, based on a real dog that lived in Alaska in the 1930s.
They said they heard us during the secession fight, but their actions show they are stone-deaf.