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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 pollin:
/pɑlɪn/

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  1. House comes in how about this holy moley Jim Bob Pollin
  2. LIKE THE CAUCUSES, SENATOR ELIZABETH WARREN IS POLLIN THIRD, AND JOE BIDEN FOURTH.
  3. And Robert Pollin, who you've had on here a number of times, has proposed a bank levy
  4. to The Real News and debate this with you or perhaps your coauthor, Bob Pollin, and
  5. I became very close to Abe Pollin,
  6. Now joining us to talk about all of this is Bob Pollin. Bob joins us from Amherst, Massachusetts,
  7. ROBERT POLLIN: Thank you very much for having me, Paul.
  8. POLLIN: Right. What do we mean, first of all, by industrial policy? Industrial policy is
  9. POLLIN: As with any economy. But the U.S. economy certainly needs to thrive on having
  10. POLLIN: Yeah. Well, the military budget does both things. It has been enormously successful
  11. POLLIN: Yeah, they don't say it's industrial policy; they say it's defense policy. And
  12. Bob Pollin on The Real News Network.
  13. And we are joined by Robert Pollin, Distinguished Professor of Economics and co-director of
  14. So Bob Pollin, in the excellent work you did in the research piece that you put out, that
  15. Michael Lighty and Bob Pollin, thank you so much for your time and your work.
  16. onto the pollin, and they have this sublethal effect. And so I think that there's a real
  17. We're continuing our series of interviews with Bob Pollin about his new book, Back to
  18. ROBERT POLLIN: Thank you very much, Paul, for having me again.
  19. POLLIN: Well, I think that's a very, very rich model with a lot of lessons for countries
  20. POLLIN: That's right. Well, the Swedish model is still a lot better than the U.S. model