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Of the ten shafts which hit the target, two within the inner ring were shot by Hubert, a forester in the service of Malvoisin, who was accordingly pronounced victorious.
Over a century later, Robert Morrison (1815-22, II.l: 32) noted that in the Nanking-based koine of his day the vowel of shi was nearly the same as that in mi but rather different in timbre from the strongly retroflexed vowel [[Chinese Text Omitted]] of [Chinese Text Omitted] as pronounced in Peking at that time.
Also not without fault are civilian officials who, increasingly devoid of first-hand or even derivative military experience (a general portent of the future that has been especially pronounced in the Clinton administration), have shown commensurately little faculty for critical discernment in military matters.
In the Hebrew Bible, it was only after the creation of woman (ishah) that man pronounced his own name (ish).
Gibson's future world has a rigid class structure, in which today's widening gap between rich and poor becomes much more pronounced. The rich are those who control the handful of omnipotent multinationals (they are often not actually human, but rather digitally preserved entrepreneurial barons of our era) and their lackeys.
At a dinner party recently, a guest described someone as wearing a dour expression, pronouncing it DOWr and another guest said that dour was correctly pronounced DOOr.
When those first ships hove over the horizon, San Salvador, a small cay (pronounced key), was lush with groves of mahogany, lignum vitae, and redcedar.
The dollar's rise was most pronounced against the mark and other European currencies early in the period.
The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on October 16 and 17.
The SHC bench pronounced its verdict reserved earlier on the plea filed against the criteria that a candidate should be under 28 at the time of applying for desired slot.
When I was studying German at Greenhead High School we were told that a word which had the two letters 'e' and 'i' together, you always pronounced the second letter.
With the clock ticking on negotiations in Brussels, neither national leaders nor the wider public can agree on one of the most fundamental questions arising from the vote to leave the European Union: is it pronounced "breksit" or "bregzit"?
There's a long-standing argument about the proper pronunciation of GIF. Some people argue it should be pronounced like the peanut butter "jif" while others think it should be a hard "g" as in the word "gorilla." (http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/gif-inventor-steve-wilhite-says-it-should-be-pronounced-jif-8626882.html) Wilhite said it should be pronounced like the peanut butter , with the sound of the "j" or the word "generous" instead of the hard "g." The audio pronunciation on (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/GIF) Merriam-Webster uses the hard "g." These disagreements only fuel the debate.
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