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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of pastoralist

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 pastoralist:

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  1. Cushitic and Nilotic pastoralist probably move in from South Sudan in the Horn of Africa,
  2. not have been the case. Instead, the designation agro-pastoralist has been placed on
  3. the Hunnic Empire, as it possessed both a large pastoralist nomad population and sedentary
  4. provides us with an example of this pastoralist lifestyle - the Hunnic Altziagiri tribe. They
  5. is the dichotomy between pastoralist people
  6. Pastoralist people, nomadic pastoralists people, these
  7. of being a nomadic pastoralist is you're nomadic.
  8. maps pretty readily on that pastoralist versus everybody
  9. When this original Pan was subdivided, Pan retained his pastoralist and herding connotations
  10. each of whom will either be living parodies of chivalric or pastoralist fantasies to drive home their silliness,
  11. and it's here Cervantes starts getting really snarky about pastoralist tropes.
  12. The number of tools and wild animal skeletal remains found at these sites indicate hunters and pastoralist farmers.
  13. So we have been here in pastoralist village talking to the people about their life here.
  14. Prioritized because of high birth rates are Kenya's most marginalized, the pastoralist, almost entirely
  15. one of Kenya's major wildlife corridors, home to pastoralist herders.
  16. Canaanite pastoralist population which arrived at Avaris in the century following the deparure
  17. Highlands, where the barbaric Macedonians dwelled, divided into primitive pastoralist