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Joined: September 30, 2007
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October 18, 2007
Not to ruin a fun thought here, because I like the first Laddy thing, but aren't former American Presidents always known as 'President' so it will be President Clinton and President Clinton? kinda confusing... Will she use the Rodham(sp?) -Clinton tag to differentiate if she gets in?
October 4, 2007, 2:25am
This is one instance that Australian English differs from English from England - as a Nurse these terms are fairly commonplace in my vocabulary, and I hear my English colleagues pronounce them identically. In Australian pronunciation, it is 'oh-rally' (orally) and 'owr-ally' (aurally). this is quite important when telling someone how to take a medication.... :)
September 30, 2007, 12:29am
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