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FILE - In this July 19, 2002 file photo, the Mackinac Bridge is shown from Mackinaw City, Mich. The state of Michigan wants to help residents and visitors pronounce the names of 2,200 places, people and things in or connected to the Great Lakes state, from Aaliyah (uh-LEE'-uh) to Zilwaukee (zil-WAW'-kee). The Michigan Braille and Talking Book Library recently announced the creation of a guide called "You Say it How in Michigan?" with audio and phonetic pronunciations. The directory was developed for audio book production for the blind and visually impaired, but its writers say the guide can benefit anyone curious about the state of MISH'-uh-gun.(AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)

FILE - In this July 19, 2002 file photo, the Mackinac Bridge is shown from Mackinaw City, Mich. The state of Michigan wants to help residents and visitors pronounce the names of 2,200 places, people and things in or connected to the Great Lakes state, from Aaliyah (uh-LEE'-uh) to Zilwaukee (zil-WAW'-kee). The Michigan Braille and Talking Book Library recently announced the creation of a guide called "You Say it How in Michigan?" with audio and phonetic pronunciations. The directory was developed for audio book production for the blind and visually impaired, but its writers say the guide can benefit anyone curious about the state of MISH'-uh-gun.(AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)

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