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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 tribunes:

Derived Form of tribunes

root word: tribune
plural: tribunes
root word: tribune
Noun: tribune
the apse of a Christian church that contains the bishop's throne
Type ofapses, apsides,

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  1. tribunes, quaestors, and curule aediles.
  2. Just a reminder: military tribunes were the young aristocrats that were elected and assigned
  3. Tribunes of the Plebs.
  4. This is why we have a long line of Tribunes of the Plebs, even Conservative ones, that
  5. senate, we start to see this body elect a series of extreme Tribunes of the Plebs.
  6. was the first doge to be subject to the veto power of two annually elected tribunes.
  7. The tribunes were put in place to keep up relations with both the Franks and the Byzantines.
  8. Domenico was deposed as a result of not playing nice with those tribunes
  9. the Fabii, who were also elected as consular tribunes and given the command of the army,
  10. Tribunes were forbidden to leave Rome while in office, and not only had Antony left the
  11. At the tender age of 19, Publius Cornelius Scipio was one of the 6 Military Tribunes
  12. Tribunes of the Plebs.
  13. enter the senate around the age of 30. This meant that military tribunes tended to be
  14. In the old days there were 6 equal military tribunes, and they would take turns commanding
  15. They replaced it with this. Five of the six Military Tribunes were called Thin Striped
  16. Tribunes, after their clothing. These young men were basically personal secretaries to
  17. the thin striped tribunes. They're dead to us.
  18. One of the six Military Tribunes was called the Thick Striped Tribune, and these are the
  19. Are the Words spoken at the Tribunes and Cabinets of the Parliament in London!
  20. he was soon joined by tribunes who took position by his side,