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As such, it seems Markle pronounced it correctly, and Clark appears to be an outlier.
Later, he was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.
New Delhi [India], Dec 23 ( ANI ): Hours after a special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Ranchi pronounced former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad guilty in a fodder scam case, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said that its alliance with the Congress party is an "alliance of corruption".
In his previous speeches Duterte has repeatedly pronounced the surname of terrorist Isnilon Hapilon as 'Hapsilon.
I'm passing over the letter 'w' not being pronounced as a 'v' as I understand our football team's manager prefers Wagner (like the film star) but not as the German composer.
He was taken to Larnaca general hospital where he was pronounced dead.
There is a third pronunciation available for the word - in the form of the village of Scone in Scotland, which is pronounced "skoon".
The E is pronounced as a short i (I) and the EA as a long e (i.
To her credit the interviewee did not correct his pronunciation but a few minutes later she pronounced the same word in the English fashion.
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.
In the Missouri governor's race last November, in one newscast she twice pronounced Kenny Hulshof's name as Hul-shoff, when it is actually Huls-hoff.
3 : to state in an official or solemn way <The judge pronounced sentence.