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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of unrepresented

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 unrepresented:
/ənɹɛpɹɪzɛntɪd/

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  1. Countless other islands are dismissing entirely, and that's just Earth humanity's other colonies are completely unrepresented here
  2. DISABILITIES ARE AMONG THE MOST UNREPRESENTED MINORITY IN
  3. UNREPRESENTED MINORITY IN HOLLYWOOD.
  4. Think about it like this: very rarely, will an unrepresented actor or actress score a major role in a Hollywood film.
  5. As an unnamed, unrepresented, aspiring author, you don't have that yet.
  6. Are these unrepresented groups of students
  7. and the feeling that they are unrepresented by politicians.
  8. in the lives of unrepresented minority students, particularly a number of my former students.
  9. that these communitarians have been unrepresented,
  10. take advantage of unrepresented defendants.
  11. otherwise, unrepresented interest in the patent system. And particularly, the public interest
  12. like, Asian-Americans are still unrepresented in media.
  13. is put before the court. If a defendant is unrepresented,
  14. as well as the unrepresented buyers are going to be so enamored with your home
  15. that agent to represent you, but for those unrepresented buyers. You want them
  16. insurance adjusters oftentimes take advantage of unrepresented parts let me
  17. because we have been so unrepresented in this world.
  18. You're unrepresented right now.
  19. With this stage using a remix of Air Man's music, that leaves Quick Man and Wood Man unrepresented.
  20. have been unrepresented