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An "assistive listening available" icon for use in the Disney ride infobox at the English Wikipedia.

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Source Based upon en:Image:Assistive listening icon.png by en:User:Blm07. This version created by bdesham in Inkscape; it incorporates Image:Human ear.svg by User:BeAr.
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Author Benjamin D. Esham (bdesham)
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