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Signal - (signal) :: they could signal displeasure by refusing to cooperate

Refresh - (adnewyddu) :: If you need to refresh your memory just read the previous chapter

Buzz - (buzz) :: The buzz of an alarm clock sounded through the room

Troubleshoot - (troubleshoot) :: A team of troubleshooters has been called into a York estate where nuisance youths have forced the community centre to shut up shop at night


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Fixed - (sefydlog) :: During this period fixed rate mortgages have increased by nearly half a point to 597

Flame - (fflam) :: It had an intricate silver flame painted onto the body and it almost seemed to be shaped like a flame

Flash - (fflach) :: We have had cars flash their lights and in the case of one van driver sound his horn just because we were keeping within the speed limit

Flat - (fflat) :: the tyre was flat


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Quagmire - (gors) :: One facet of this tragedy is the absence of visionary leadership capable of leading humanity out of its quagmire

Quaint - (hen ffasiwn) :: It was not until the next night in a quaint old bar in Amsterdam that the wonder of the whole trip hit me

Quandary - (cyfyng gyngor) :: I find myself in a quandary of sorts and wonder if you have any advice or insights you may be able to offer a youngish aspiring writer of fiction for the screen


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