[JPL] pronounciations, Bronx
Bradley M. Stone
bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Tue Sep 18 15:53:10 EDT 2007
Similar to "The Ukraine" or "The Congo", which just seems to sound
better or "more correct" to my ears (though I never had it explained to
me as to why), than the more recent usage of just Congo or Ukraine as
the country name.
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Subject: Re: [JPL] pronounciations, Bronx
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My friend who plays bassoon for the symphony and was raised there tells
me that, while it is referred to as "the Bronx", the name of the borough
is just plain "Bronx". What a word!
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