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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of haraway

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 haraway:
/hɑɹəwej/

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  1. In her essay The Cyborg Manifesto, philosopher Donna Haraway investigates our construction
  2. For Haraway, this boundary is always a fiction, and the biggest enforcers of the border between
  3. Were also molded, according to Haraway, by the environment.
  4. For Haraway, our entire being is crafted by the cultures, societies, and environment that
  5. For Haraway, this is a good thing: our rigid conception of human is what allows people
  6. Haraway argues for a cyborg politics one that rejoices in the illegitimate fusion
  7. Apex Fire Chief, Mark Haraway, directed the emergency response.
  8. Haraway: That explosion went off; it shook the ground where we were standing.
  9. Haraway: When we first got on the scene,
  10. It was a logistical nightmare, according to Apex Fire Chief Haraway.
  11. Haraway: Our whole emergency database is gone,
  12. Haraway: They made the report it was on fire.
  13. Narrator: As the fire progressed, Fire Chief Haraway met the plant manager,
  14. Haraway: He said, but I can tell you generally what's in there.
  15. Haraway: It's something when you're standing out in a parking lot
  16. Haraway: In a matter of seconds, not minutes, it went from, hey, Chief,
  17. Haraway: So they didn't have sprinklers,
  18. Haraway: My recommendation would be to go and look at your existing plan and identify,
  19. Haraway: He said, but I can tell you generally what's in there.
  20. Haraway: We were operating strictly on a large event of an unknown chemical