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A. Glossary, Assumed Protection Value defined in ISO 4869 IL: Insertion Loss (see §1 for definition) HPD: Hearing Protection Device MIRE: Microphone In Real Ear (see ISO 11904) NR: Noise Reduction (see §1 for definition) NRR: Noise Reduction Rating defined in ANSI S3-19 NRS: Noise Reduction Statistic defined in ANSI S12.68-2007 PAR: Personal Attenuation Rating (i.e. for an individual) PSNA: Personal Single Number Attenuation (similar meaning than PAR) REAT: Real Ear Attenuation at Threshold defined in ISO 4869 SNR, Single Number Rating, p.4869