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    What doe´s "played their favorite bits" phrase in a hearing means?

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    Re: Pat

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia Gallardo View Post
    What does "played their favorite bits" phrase in a hearing mean?
    What is a hearing? What type of hearing?
    Probably the most common context (note however that I shouldn't have to guess) is people listening to music. If they play their favourite bits, this means they keep rearranging the musical device so that the favourite bits of their songs are heard.

    Without context, it seems just a little too obvious.

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