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I GOT IT RIGHT THIS TIME

"i.EL'Low" drops the "a"

"A'el.low" drops the "i"

"AYE'Low" uses all the letters and does not cuse a corrution od a three vowl dipthong.

The pleasanT way to say thia is to 'sing' the "AYE'"

like you would say to the captain of the ship.

(Aye, Aye, Sir!)

The "history" goes, that in the late 19th & early 20th centuries, imergrants were more concerned about being assimilated rather than make an issue of their last name.

Today, "language currency" is the deciding factor. the dynamics of cummunication comes before technical accuracy.

Still, I like Aye'lo!
Thanks

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