Marie is also pronounced that way in Britain sometimes. We say Marie-Claire "Marry-Claire" not "Ma-REE Claire", and I've known several women named Marie who say "Marry".
Some people, technically incorrectly, pronounce Mhairi and Mhari with an 'M' sound too. I've known more than one Mhari.
If Britons were left to tax themselves, there would be no schools, no hospitals ... Just a 500-mile-high statue of Diana, Princess of Wales.
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