Yoo-stun is a helpful way of thinking about how to pronounce
* It is appropriate for RNs to perform a final assessment and pronounce
death for patients as a natural continuation of compassionate and timely nursing care; and
Ellen posted a photo on Instagram of the 21-year-old holding a sign explaining how to pronounce
Mared said: "I saw the video of him pronouncing the name on Facebook and I thought it was very impressive that an American who is not used to hearing Welsh could pronounce
it so well.
In the 1950s I attended a grammar school and we were taught to pronounce
The court is expected to pronounce
the quantum of punishment today after hearing arguments from both sides which may vary between 10 years of rigorous imprisonment to life term.
The first time I heard the name of the town pronounced this way I paused for a moment, as I am a big fan of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." If you are too, then you know that the name of Elizabeth Bennett's lover in that book sounds like how a person might pronounce
part of the name of the town with the emphasis on the wrong syllables.
Former Member of Parliament Sadyr Japarov commented on the video record made by a hidden video camera, where two residents of Jeti-Oguz district extort $3 million from representative of the Kumtor and pronounce
name of the MP.
The singer and Live Aid supremo, pictured, has already said he is not a fan of the unusual name, but has now admitted he is not sure how to pronounce
So by writing "Llandaf" everyone could continue to pronounce
the name as they want, but with the significant advantage that there would be one spelling used by all.
Since then, I have travelled east of the Mississippi as a naturalized Oregonian, and I now understand the need for such a sticker to highlight the correct way to pronounce
the name of our state.
The say-as element is an indicator inserted into speech code to help TTS (text-to-speech) engines pronounce
words correctly from the written text by helping resolve ambiguities in the meaning of that text.
Easier to pronounce
. The commissioners of Jefferson County, Texas, voted unanimously to change the name of Jap Road in July, after a decade-long campaign by civil rights groups.
None were allowed to pass except those who could pronounce
the password: shibboleth.