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  • On Sunday they'll give 6,000 tsh and have 2 months to turn in the remaining 4,000.

    Two Sides to Every Coin

  • On Sunday they'll give 6,000 tsh and have 2 months to turn in the remaining 4,000.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Every person is contributing 10,000 tsh (about $8).

    Two Sides to Every Coin

  • Every person is contributing 10,000 tsh (about $8).

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • How can ‘dsh’ be simpler than e.g. ‘j’ for the voiced palato-alveolar affricate, or ‘tsh’ simpler than ‘ch’ for the voiceless one?

    English spelling reform | Linguism | Language Blog

  • How can ‘dsh’ be simpler than e.g. ‘j’ for the voiced palato-alveolar affricate, or ‘tsh’ simpler than ‘ch’ for the voiceless one?

    English spelling reform | Linguism | Language Blog

  • Humoring me she was tested, "normal" per her doc tsh.

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  • The English “J” sound, as in “Jewschool”, is phonetically the same as “tsh”, just ‘voiced’ - so it also starts off with a stop, ‘d’, and releases into a ‘zh’.

    Britney Lo Midaberet Ivrit | Jewschool

  • The YIVO system is a good one; its value is to be unambiguous in English and in French — as in, “kh” means only one sound, “tsh” can only mean one sound, and “ch” is dropped exactly because it means something different in English (tsch as in both chimney and chanuka) and French (sh as in chat), and so forth.

    Can You Spell C-A-T? | Jewschool

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  • Aka: thyrotropin

    March 30, 2009