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    Lightbulb Roget's thesaurus

    In "Roget's thesaurus", "G" in "Roget" is hard as in the word "get" or soft as in the name "Roger".

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    Re: Roget's thesaurus

    Quote Originally Posted by Romel Panzer View Post
    In "Roget's thesaurus", "G" in "Roget" is hard as in the word "get" or soft as in the name "Roger".
    I have always pronounced it with a soft G.

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