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    Robinb is offline Newbie
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    Default How does this sound?

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: How does this sound?

    Too wordy and not understandable.

    What do you want to say?

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    Post Re: How does this sound?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robinb View Post
    Driven quality service through a transparent stature of interest with discrete abstract evaluations of your desired height of entertainment.
    Hi Robin

    you seem interested in pronunciation, i could tell you the phonetic symble but i got problem to type it so i think it's better to use this, check it out that's the easiest way i think

    pronunciation dictionary - Google Search

    Sam

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    Charlie Bernstein is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: How does this sound?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robinb View Post
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    Very strange.

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