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Thanks to @DoubleAA for the wikisource which says regarding a deaf person who speaks but does not hear. (There are various classifications of a "cheresh" in halacha. Most "deaf" people today do not fit into the classical definition of the "cheresh" mentioned in the Talmud which was a deaf-mute.): נשיאת כפיים: כהן חרש המדבר ואינו שומע כשר לנשיאת כפים ...


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