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Kavya has been the pronouncer of the first and second spelling bee competitions held in Dubai.
There were some words I couldn't spell without looking up,'' said Sharon Klein, the bee's pronouncer and an associate professor of English at California State University, Northridge.
Participants are allowed to ask the pronouncer to repeat the word, give a definition or use it in a sentence, among other things.
During Saturday's two-hour competition at Taft High School, students queried pronouncer Sharon Klein on the origins of various words and their definitions and even asked to hear some words used in sentences as they pondered the correct spellings.
Each of you has developed the power of words, of which you should all be proud,'' said Sharon Klein, an English professor and linguistics expert at California State University, Northridge, who served as the pronouncer for the competition.
Michael's mother, Liz, and dozens of other parents held their breath in the audience as pronouncer Dr.
Rocking back and forth in anxiety and stammering at times, each contestant received a separate word to spell, often asking the pronouncer to repeat the word, use it in a sentence, and give them the definition.
Indeed, "[t]he Court's approach envisions no interaction among multiple sources of law, no interplay among multiple pronouncers of law, and no accommodation to the multiple interests at stake.
Prophets are not just proclaimers or pronouncers regarding the next eschaton, but rather their moral political analysis is directed at contemporary society as they attempt to keep the nation or group on course here and now.
The pedantry of pronouncements on what is and is not permissible in art has rightly drawn the scorn particularly of creative artists; especially after the event, when it can often be clearly seen that the pronouncers were well wide of the mark about the value of the experiments they were denigrating.
116) The Court's approach envisions no interaction among multiple sources of law, no interplay among multiple pronouncers of law, and no accommodation to the multiple interests at stake.