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A I G - translation to

SONG WRITTEN BY GEORGE M. COHAN
H-A-R-R-I-G-A-N; H-A-double R-I-G-A-N

large scale         
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MODELLING SCALE OF 1:22.5
G Gauge; G-scale; G gauge; G Scale; 1:22.5; Large scale
in grande
G suit         
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FLIGHT SUIT DESIGNED TO CONTROL BLOOD-FLOW DURING HEAVY ACCELERATION
Gravity Suit; G-Suit; Gee suits; G suit; G-suits
tuta pressurizzata per piloti atta a regolare il respiro e la circolazione sanguigna
G-Spot         
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Grafenberg spot; G spot; G-point; Gräfenberg Spot; Gspot; G Spot; Gräfenberg spot; G-Spot amplification; Graefenberg spot; Graefenberg Spot; Grafenberg Spot; G-Shot; G-spot amplification; The G-spot; Grafenburg spot; Ernst Grafenberg Spot; G-Spot; Gräfenberg-spot; Gräfenberg's locus; Gräfenbergs locus; G–spot
n. punto-G, punto nella vagina che produce piacere sessuale se stimolato (dal nome del suo scopritore Ernst Gräfenberg); bevanda alcolica (composta di Sprite, Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum, Wilderberry Schnapps e Sours Mix); edificio che include gran parte della divisione a Camp Pendleton (California, USA) base dei Marines americani

Definition

G
·- G is the seventh letter of the English alphabet, and a vocal consonant. It has two sounds; one simple, as in gave, go, gull; the other compound (like that of j), as in gem, gin, dingy. ·see Guide to Pronunciation, // 231-6, 155, 176, 178, 179, 196, 211, 246.
II. G ·- G is the name of the fifth tone of the natural or model scale;
- called also sol by the Italians and French. It was also originally used as the treble clef, and has gradually changed into the character represented in the margin. ·see Clef. G/ (G sharp) is a tone intermediate between G and A.

Wikipedia

Harrigan (song)

"Harrigan" is a song written by George M. Cohan for the short-lived 1908 Broadway musical Fifty Miles from Boston when it was introduced by James C. Marlowe. It celebrates, and to some extent mocks, his own Irish heritage. It is also an affectionate homage to Edward Harrigan, a previous great Irish American contributor to American musical theater.

The song was performed by James Cagney and Joan Leslie in the 1942 film Yankee Doodle Dandy, a biopic of Cohan's life. In that film it was portrayed as an early work of Cohan's that he was shopping around. In real life, by 1907 he had already scored some major Broadway hits and had little need to try to sell individual songs to producers.

Contemporary Irish-American singer Billy Murray made a very popular recording of the song for Victor Records (catalog No. 5197) in 1907. In his version, the answer "Harrigan!" to each question is shouted by a background group. Edward Meeker was another who enjoyed success with his recording of the song in 1907.

Pronunciation examples for A I G
1. called taiga, T-A-I-G-A. And that's a forest the size
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