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dahy uh kri tuh kuhl

  • s  capable of distinguishing

  • The mellifluous pronouncer ("I give full value to each of the diacritical markings in Webster") was so overcome that he nearly left the stage himself.
  • Should there be a diacritical mark in there somewhere? Doesn't it sound like the name of an early civilization, like the Hittites?) One pre-launch criticism has been that the site .
  • To convey these directions, Laderman relies on musical notes together with music's diacritical markings: staccatos, rests, accents, crescendos, diminuendos.

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