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January 19th, 2008, 17:18
get an Western release
is that a typo Dhruin or the usual way of writing that phrase downunder? Does the W become silent or the n?
I'm not trying to be sarcastic. For example some older English books typically write "an historic" where American English has always written "a historic". The Oxford English dictionary I had said that "w" was sometimes a vowel and I wonder if this is a similar case. (I learned in Welsh "wy" makes an "ooey" sound like the name "Gwynedd" pronounced "Goo-ey-neth").
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