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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of wermuth

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 wermuth:
/wɹ̩muθ/

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  1. Arthur Wermuth crawled through the mud of the Phillipine jungle.
  2. Once he was in the clear, Wermuth continued to stealthley make his way through enemy territory.
  3. Wermuth made his way to the ridgeline and took aim at the Japanese soldiers below, then
  4. Arthur Wermuth was assigned to Company D of the 57th Infantry during World War II.
  5. A small group of American soldiers, including Wermuth, was attached to the 57th infantry.
  6. Sent to the Philippines in 1941, it didnt take long before Wermuth was promoted to the
  7. As the much larger Japanese force pressed forward, Wermuth and his men repelled attack
  8. lost, but Wermuth had other plans.
  9. Wermuth snuck across enemy lines and hid in the dense jungle.
  10. Wermuth knew that if he stayed with the squad, he would be able to surprise them from behind
  11. As the last Japanese soldier passed, Wermuth stepped into the end of the line and followed
  12. They proceeded miles through the dark jungle, the Japanese unaware that Wermuth had infiltrated
  13. When the soldier in front of him made too much noise, Wermuth shushed him.
  14. Wermuth did not want to get caught in the crossfire from his own soldiers, so he decided
  15. Wermuth purposefully stumbled into the soldier directly in front of him.
  16. Wermuth gave the enemy soldier a shove and then dove into the protection of the jungle.
  17. The Filipine Scouts, with the help of Wermuth from behind, made quick work of the enemy
  18. It was acts of courage and destruction like this that earned Wermuth the Japanese title,
  19. Although Wermuth was a one man army, and could cause mayhem by himself, he often worked with
  20. Wermuth liked working alone, but Jock was adamant he go with his captain as backup whenever