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Subject: Re: XACML: ex-act-mul or zak-mul ?
well, as a model of inconsistency i kinda do whatever ever sounds the best. for instance: ex-ah-lan (xalan) and zerk-sees (xerces). here you can put me in the ex-ack-mul group. b "PATO,JOE (HP-PaloAlto,ex1)" wrote: > > Well, I've been pronouncing it: ex-ak-mul > > no accounting for taste, but I've always regarded the "X" as an extension > and not part of the name :-) > > - joe > > -----Original Message----- > From: Jeff Hodges [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2001 4:39 PM > To: email@example.com > Subject: XACML: ex-act-mul or zak-mul ? > > a pronunciation question: > > XACML: ex-zak-mul or zak-mul ? > > As a hint, ask yourself how you really pronounce XEROX. (and yes I suppose > I'm > leaving myself open to some flamage from > non-native-ahmurkan-english-speakers) > > 8^) > > JeffH > > ps: a co-worker of mine at xerox pronounced "xerox" quite clearly as > "zee-rocks". I seem to recall he was speaking a southeasternUS dialect of > american english.
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