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Quick brown fox

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Quebec Uniform India Charlie Kilo  Bravo Romeo Oscar Whiskey November  Foxtrot Oscar X-ray

This phonetic spelling is used by Nato military forces (at least when I was in the military) for speaking on the radio or telephone when a word may not be understood (perhaps because of static or the word being in another language).

So, I might say: "Meet at sixteen hunnerd hours in Anns-back (I spell - Alpha November Sierra Bravo Alpha Charlie Hotel - Anns-back)." So, I can pronounce "Ansbach" REALLY badly but the recipient can still figure it out.

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