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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of dresnok

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 dresnok:
/dɹɛsnək/

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  1. The next morning, he awoke to a voice speaking to him in English, Dresnok. Dresnok. Im
  2. After the Korean War in the 1960s, a US soldier named James Dresnok defected to North Korea.
  3. During the Cold War, an American soldier named James Joseph Dresnok was stationed on the
  4. the public. Some say that Dresnok was brainwashed into loving North Korea. Others say that he
  5. has simply seen the light. So- why did Dresnok defect? And exactly what happened to him beyond
  6. its more like a nightmare. James Joseph Dresnok was born on November 24th, 1941 and
  7. described James Dresnok; He had absolutely nothing. He had nothing to call his own, except
  8. and wanted a divorce. During an interview, Dresnok bitterly mentioned the fact that he
  9. loyal to her. Dresnok must have felt that all of the images
  10. or The DMZ for short. In 1962, James Dresnok was stationed at the DMZ, and he was
  11. One night, Dresnok wanted to go see one of his girlfriends, but his commanding officers
  12. Bryan, was trying to reprimand him for sneaking out. Dresnok snapped, You cant touch
  13. me. I had a pass. Obviously, Bryan wasnt stupid. He had already knew that Dresnok had
  14. to file the charge sheets and have him court-martialed. Dresnok felt as if he had absolutely no future,
  15. Korea. That same day, Dresnok snuck out during lunch break. It was still broad daylight,
  16. James Dresnok was interrogated, and he calmly complied to answering all of their questions
  17. Welcome to the DPRK It turns out that James Dresnok was not the
  18. Abshier had a similar backstory to James Dresnok, except that he was in trouble because he was
  19. in their propaganda, The North Koreans asked James Dresnok to speak over the loudspeakers
  20. Parrish, and Jenkins all agreed with Dresnok that it was time to plan their escape.