It is covered by the auricular muscles, and by the base of the pinna of the ear.
auricular confession is nothing else than a most stupendous imposture.
"Sore-throat; deafness from feebleness of the auricular nerves," etc., etc.
But let us come to my first lesson in auricular Confession, No!
That book may be called the most crushing evidence to prove that, "the dogma of auricular confession" is a modern imposture.
Is this not sufficient to warn you of the danger of auricular confession?
To the latest hour of my existence, I shall retain a vivid recollection of this auricular martyrdom.
The P wave is admitted to be the wave of auricular contraction.
The Greek Church retains the practice of auricular confession, but differs from that of Rome in the form of the absolution.
If that is true, then auricular fibrillation may last for many years.
auricular au·ric·u·lar (ô-rĭk'yə-lər)
Of or relating to the sense of hearing or the organs of hearing.
Perceived by or spoken into the ear, as when testing hearing.
Shaped like an ear or an earlobe; having earlike parts or extensions.
Of or relating to an auricle of the heart.