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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of baggs

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of baggs:
/bæɡz/

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  1. Enter Bill Baggs.
  2. Baggs was the producer of an underground 'Doctor Who' fan series,
  3. While meant as a training exercise, Baggs would truly create something still worthy of being discussed so many years later.
  4. But it's just weird to me that Bill Baggs' obsession with putting random partial nudity in his films always seemed to result in Colin showing more skin than anyone else.
  5. At this point, Bill Baggs was joined in these adventures by his friend of many years known as Nick Briggs.
  6. Suddenly and mysteriously, Nicola Bryant never worked with Bill Baggs ever again.
  7. By this point, it should be said that Bill Baggs had officially decided to name his video production group 'Bill & Ben Video'.
  8. Honestly, given Baggs' eluded character in coming years, I think either possibility is equally likely.
  9. At the same time, Bill Baggs was becoming uninterested in continuing to produce 'Doctor Who' and wanted to expand his prospects elsewhere.
  10. oh, BOY does Bill Baggs got ya covered.
  11. It was a pretty open secret on the site of these last few projects that Bill Baggs was only doing them to potentially get jobs directing real shows for the BBC.
  12. One of these films, for instance, mainly focuses on being a police drama because Baggs was trying to get a job directing a police drama show.
  13. Baggs' projects were opened with welcome arms.
  14. Baggs' projects were welcomed with open arms.
  15. Suddenly and mysteriously, Colin Baker never worked with Bill Baggs ever again.
  16. who would write on numerous projects for Baggs, and began working on many of the behind the scene features included on the company's tapes.
  17. The story goes that somewhere around 1998 Bill Baggs got in contact with the BBC,
  18. These CDs are historical remnants of Baggs breaking the law under the belief that no-one would ever care enough to get him in trouble,
  19. met Stevie Baggs,
  20. Youve dragged your baggs out, youre ready to go, then you tell me