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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 storytests:
/stɔɹajtɛsts/

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  1. I call them storytests for good reason.
  2. run these storytests in a lot of different ways.
  3. So the same storytests, when I run them in a slightly
  4. So the storytests are a somewhat abstract
  5. storytests and into a particular testing scenario.
  6. storytests, which together define the behavior.
  7. So I see the process of developing storytests as a
  8. about storytests.
  9. these very nicely get at some of the issues that storytests
  10. an overview that storytests act in each of these cases,
  11. As I see it, that storytests can support that.
  12. And if the storytests are written very much in terms of
  13. whatever, then the storytests may be useful as tests but
  14. storytests as a way of doing domain-driven design.
  15. I think there's a very nice fit between Fit storytests and
  16. together up front and coming up with storytests.
  17. One of the things about writing the storytests, a
  18. showing them how to write storytests and getting them
  19. right in storytests.
  20. started writing the storytests for the next system, the part