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In English (recorded only since 1656, but initially stigmatized as 'Scottish', until the 19th century) apparently from narration
Latin narrāre narrāt- from gnārus knowing gnō- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Add cartoon speech bubbles to the photos to narrate the pages.
They narrate how the commands of ch.
Storytelling recorded on video or audio - Residents may be able to narrate stories from their own pasts.
Although Mary Alice passed away, she continues to narrate the episodes of the quirky drama.
It remains to narrate briefly the tragic career of the Russian Baltic fleet.
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