Delta Cassopeiae is the way to pronounce it if you want anyone to have a clue what you're talking about and not think you're trying to clear your throat.
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he wanted to go to the store to get a hamburger with his girlfriend...
He wanted to find a new route to Asia.
Because they wanted to.
because he wanted to know a way to look at the night sky and the planets up in full detail and much much closer because he was imensly interested in Astronomy and wanted to study the planets.
The stars within the Cassiopeia constellation have been there in the sky since before our pre-human ancestors turned their eyes to the sky to see them. The constellation Cassiopeia doesn't really exist in the skies; the constellations exist only in our minds, as a pattern that we recognize. The stories of Queen Cassiopeia come from Greek mythology, and are probably 4000 years old. We're not sure at what point the stories of the woman became conflated with the image of a throne or chair in the heavens, but this probably occurred about 3000 years ago. The constellations in the skies probably became entangled with the myths and legends when storytellers and poets wanted to point to something that they could see and use it as an example or image for the story.
Um. the Pharaoh Zeus wanted to take over the kingdom so the people who was in charged pronounce the Pharaoh with questions about his ideas and beliefs!!
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It says on their official page that his hometown is Ireland hope this helps :)
because zeuse got angry at Ethiopia and changed her into a boy who was named Taurus and put her in the sky because he never wanted to se her again.
Cheshire is a county in England, and in England, both the county and the cat are pronounced: CHESH-uh You could pronounce it: CHESH-er To rhyme with mesh and purr, but then you encounter the problem of the rhotic 'R'. Many accents pronounce the 'R' at the end of words; the American accent for example; but most English accents do not do this, so if you wanted to pronounce 'Cheshire' the same way as people from Cheshire (Lewis Carroll for instance) then you would pronounce it CHESH-uh. (But never Che-shy-er)
Astrum means constellation of Stars, and sirgit does not mean anything in Latin.Possible that person wanted to say: Surgit Astrum, Rising Star Constallation (USA), or simple Rise Star.Thank you,Milos Korac
Now that I have $200, I can buy that dog I've always wanted. I now pronounce you husband and wife. I am going to pay her back right now.
The word stressed has only one syllable. If you wanted to use the word in a poem you could take poetic license and pronounce it with two syllables as stress-ed.
Cancer came about when someone wanted Hercules dead and theys sent him to slice his heel tendon and he fell and couldn't walk for the rest of his life until he died. They were so glad about the downfall of Hercules that they killed cancer, ate him, and sent him to the heavens
the god zeus wanted then to live together forever and when pollox was dieing they were both sent up to live together foreternity