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    Originally posted by axon
    i pronounce it as you teacher...and all my profs do the same
    really? why does that seem odd to me.....o well

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    I pronounce it like "care"

    Hmm.


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    I knew I had seen this before...


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    Originally posted by RoD
    I say u prnounce it like character, without acter.
    that's the way I pronounce it... IMO, it makes more sense if you think about it...
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