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Subject: Question on British pronunications
Author: vigdis   (guest, 184.97.17.223)
Date: January 15, 2012 at 4:45:00 AM
I just read a book by Martha Grimes and I came across the following names:

Ruthen pro. rivv'n
Jubal pro. to rhyme with rubble

And another one: Bichester-Strachan pro. Bister-strawn

I'm rather curious - how does this work? American English is a bit different.

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