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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 lexically:
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  1. are lexically scoped? >> GAFTER: Yes, local variables are lexically
  2. scoped. Returns are lexically scoped. Breaks and continues are lexically scoped. Exception--you
  3. Lexically there're unrelated to each other.
  4. major John's guy in the third person he also lexically can give him it gives me
  5. It's a name that depends upon, explicitly, the lexically
  6. wrong place because you've inserted a new method, lexically enclosing the code that
  7. from the enclosing scope, they're lexically scoped. You can return from enclosing method.
  8. know, exception machinery is lexically scoped. You know, the completion, you know, the rules
  9. for what statements can complete normally, that's lexically scoped. All of the things
  10. in Java, they are lexically scoped. Interact with closures properly. You know, in a language
  11. like Scheme, closures are really, really simple because there's only one thing that's lexically
  12. on, they're all of these separate lexically scoped language mechanisms. And in order to
  13. Now cow is lexically, alphabetically after bear,
  14. Lexically, the key cat is before cow.
  15. 2a in the sense that 2b is lexically prior to 2a.
  16. that's lexically least.
  17. Also, because JavaScript is lexically scoped, the callback function cannot get access to
  18. Do not get these words such as metallic or dark lexically.
  19. which actually lexically binds this.
  20. function in line here, which will lexically bind what we want it to do.