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Re: "Sale" with "dash" above the "e" and without dash.
Posted by: Barry Wood Date: February 17, 2002 at 16:42:30
In Reply to: "Sale" with "dash" above the "e" and without dash. by Jamie Sale of 1031

No.

The acute accent on the "e" means that it is pronounced like the vowel in "day." Thus, the figure skater's surname has two syllables, whereas the name of our English Sale family is just one syllable.


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