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hello Jennifer from tarle speech with your pronunciation question today we have three words law legal and lawyer and spelling is really confusing here so let’s go ahead and jump right in so the first word we have law and to say this word you’re going to touch the tip of your tongue to the

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NARRATOR: During the English civil wars musketeers made up some two thirds of the infantry. (battle noises and shouting) (gunshots) NARRATOR: Most were armed with a matchlock musket, which was the dominant weapon of the wars. NARRATOR: Powder for priming the pan was carried in a small flask and the main charge in wooden containers

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Ben, as your attorney, your friend, and your brother, I strongly suggest that you get yourself a better lawyer. I was corporate in-house counsel at General Electric for five years… Counselor, your boy decided to confess. I need a lawyer.

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Hi. I’m Rebecca from engVid, and this vocabulary lesson is about the topic of crime. Okay? Let’s start by looking at a few headlines. All right, the first one: “Banker charged with embezzlement.” Next one: “Celebrity arrested for shoplifting.” Last one: “Man jailed for manslaughter.” Okay? Now, there are three vocabulary words there that have

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Well, I stand strong on those that come before me; I have to call on my ancestors and let them know that I have not forgotten them. I stand strong because I stand on the shoulders of your ancestors as well. I want them to know that I have not forgotten them. I am an

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Translator: lisa thompson Reviewer: Peter van de Ven My name is Desirée, and I know we just met, but in 2013, you funded my immigration detention. In 2013, I learned, on a cold January day in a federal courthouse in Baltimore, Maryland, that I was an aggravated felon. Me! Look at me for God’s sake.

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Translator: Delia Cohen Reviewer: Ellen Maloney I have an idea for how to make the world a better place, and like all truly good ideas, this one starts with a roadtrip. The protagonists on the road trip are me, a University of Chicago professor who studies crime and the criminal justice system, and a friend

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And Mr. Gorman, how long have you lived there? Three years, Sir. Ma’am. You met her through your room mate? Yes Sir. Or yes ma’am. I knew. I knew previous to that, yeah. I was under the influence that… Not you were under the influence. Under the influence means I was told. I was told

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Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Nadine Hennig (Overlapping voices; electronic sounds) When you think of Girl Scout cookies, you think of your top one or two flavors: Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Shortbread. And when you get your order form from your dealer — I mean Girl Scout cookie hook-up, (Laughter) you scan the list and

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