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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 resig:
/ɹɪzɪɡ/

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  1. >> Good afternoon. Welcome to Building a JavaScript Library. We're very happy to have John Resig
  2. >> RESIG: I want to thank everyone for coming out today. I really appreciate it. So just
  3. >> RESIG: Yes, so the question was, you know, did you identify your versus cleanly? And
  4. something that's in version two... >> RESIG: Yeah.
  5. two. >> RESIG: Yeah, so the--that's actually a
  6. >> Yeah. >> RESIG: Yeah. You see--you can--exactly
  7. >> RESIG: Exactly. Oh, so the question was why--why not just pull the air messages in
  8. >> RESIG: So do you expect that if you had to work in presence window size changes.
  9. >> RESIG: Right the time, so maybe this will--at the time that which you call it.
  10. equip with the proposal? >> RESIG: Yes, absolutely. Yes.
  11. >> RESIG: Why is XML not ideal? Ideal is an expressive enough to express what I want in
  12. you. >> RESIG: Yeah. The XML form, we currently
  13. >> What is the issue with scriptdoc or JSdoc? >> RESIG: So the issue was scripted doc or
  14. >> RESIG: jQuery? >> Yeah.
  15. >> RESIG: No, a jQuery is cross browser, fuel is Firefox only.
  16. >> Uh, I see. >> RESIG: Yes, jQuery is independent and Safari
  17. >> RESIG: Sorry. I'm not going there. >> Um, yes?
  18. >> RESIG: You just, it's hard, you have to use your discretion and I mean, that's really
  19. >> Actually, there's a question right here. >> RESIG: Okay.
  20. way for advancing state of the art? >> RESIG: So will it ever change? No, not