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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of caernarvon

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  1. The most impressive was at Caernarvon.
  2. the heir to the British throne has been given that title in a ceremony that is held at Caernarvon
  3. King Edward had made the suggestion that his eldest surviving son, Edward of Caernarvon
  4. What the heck? Why is that Caernarvon coming here?
  5. 750 per shot is about half a Caernarvon or a King Tiger.
  6. coming into this side scraping position, but there's a Caernarvon out in the open, looking
  7. So, we're being flanked. The Caernarvon is engaging our T34 premium tank to the left
  8. at my right, the Caernarvon and the Tiger. Popping back over only when I was safe to
  9. held fire on the Caernarvon, not panic shooting. The Tiger probably think I've fired off a
  10. the open. He is moving to my right. At the same time the Caernarvon can see I'm distracted,
  11. scare off the Caernarvon for a little bit longer. If the Obj 704 had of been faster
  12. around the side. The Caernarvon is still putting ineffective fire into my rear. I side scrape
  13. to return fire. Down he goes, and now there is just this poor Caernarvon left who is still
  14. Another heavy we didnt mention last time was the British Caernarvon.
  15. This is because of the two main faults of the Caernarvon its low armor and a very low damage per shot.
  16. The lower glacius is also vulnerable and the side and rear armor of the Caernarvon outmatch only the paper-thin AMX 50 100.