Definitions for "HearSay"
Report; rumor; fame; common talk; something heard from another.
Something that is not based upon the personal knowledge of a witness. Witnesses who testify, for example, about something they have heard, are offering hearsay by repeating information about a matter of which they have no direct knowledge.
Information not personally seen or heard but based on something heard or seen by someone else. Hearsay is not admissible as evidence, because its truth cannot be tested by cross-examination.
Keywords:  hearst
Hearse Hearst
Keywords:  multple, brook, stony, modal, dialog
HearSay system is a non-visual Web browser developed at Stony Brook University. It currently provides basic screen-reading facilities. In time, it will provide a multi-modal adaptive dialog interface that will allow to browse Web pages at multple layers.
Keywords:  mutters, toddlers, dirty, word
What toddlers do when anyone mutters a dirty word.