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AS FOR the word whose pronunciation changes, it's polish, which becomes Polish once the P stands up for itself.
One caller and three e-mailers brought that to my attention over the weekend. But I don't mind a little repetition, because I have the patience of job.
I mean, Job.
What common English word changes its pronunciation when the first letter is capitalized? I need the answer today, if you are able, for a trivia question. Thank you very much.
Thanks for your question. I think that the word would be polish. When it is capitalized, it means "relating to or coming from Poland"; when it is lowercased, it refers to something you use to shine cars, furniture, etc. I hope I got you the answer in time!
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i do believe they have to be together, and its not for any class. my cousins bf said these to me, and he said he didnt get it when they were told to him and he some what doubted being able to find it ont he intro net.
You know your a drunkard if you... Think box wine is great; eagerly awaiting box whiskey.
Originally Posted by RSF5
Well yeah, the BATFE is like the Anti Hoppy.
Well hey, hey Mr. Policeman
Bet I can drive faster than you can
Come on Hoss, let's have some fun
Go on shoot me with your radar gun
You look bored and I sure am
Catch me if you can.