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Use of glottal stop [ʔ] for /t/ at the end and in the middle of words: in the middle of a word between vowels: lett [ʔ] er Replacement of the two th sounds by f or v, so that thin is the same as fin, and brother rhymes with lover. It gives strong representation to poetries often marginalized in such overview books, and it is a very considerable achievement. Read More + See for yourself what life at BIMM London is really like. The British and the Middle East, c. 1830-1865 (Professor Jon Parry) An alternative history of Ireland: religious minorities and identity in the 26 counties, 1900-1959 (Professor Biagini) Class, party and the politics of social identity in England 1914-1945 (Dr Lawrence, Dr Thomas) The following specified subjects also deal with themes in modern British and Irish political history.

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Publisher: Penguin Books; 1 edition (October 4, 2011)

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