The Hebrew letter Tzade (צדי) is usually spelled Tsade when written in English. 22:forty six Hayes to London Charing Cross – This service WON’T RUN. The letter Zayin (זין) is used to spell the phrase for zebra and that word is pronounced identical to it is in English. In truth, the phrase dalet (דלת) in Hebrew is the phrase for this letter and it’s also the phrase for door.
23:fifty six London Charing Cross to Dartford – This service WON’T RUN, and is changed with 23:fifty nine London Cannon Road to Dartford calling as follows: London Cannon Street 23:fifty nine, London Bridge 00:05, Lewisham 00:14, Hither Inexperienced 00:18, Lee 00:20, Mottingham 00:23, New Eltham 00:26, Sidcup 00:29, Albany Park 00:31, Bexley 00:33, Crayford 00:36, Dartford 00:41.
The Hebrew letter Chet (חית) is tough for many English audio system to pronounce as a result of the sound would not exist within the English alphabet. 23:03 Orpington to London Cannon Avenue – This service WON’T RUN, and is replaced with 23:03 Orpington to London Charing Cross calling as follows: As booked to Lewisham 23:24, London Bridge 23:32, London Waterloo East 23:37, arriving London Charing Cross 23:forty.
You already know a Hebrew phrase which begins with the letter Resh (ריש): It is the phrase Rabbi. 23.05 Tunbridge Wells to London Charing Cross – This service IS NOT GOING TO RUN, and is replaced with 23:05 Tunbridge Wells to London Cannon Avenue calling as follows: As booked to London Bridge 23:56, then divert to London Cannon Avenue 00:02. Because the word is from the Hebrew languge, it’s pronounced identical to it is in English.
For example: a Card Member who presently has 22,000 miles of their SkyMiles account selects a round-journey flight from Atlanta, GA to Washington, D.C. for $250 complete fare. 20:00 London Kings Cross to Sunderland due 23:20 will be terminated at Newcastle. The Hebrew letter Tet (טית) is pronounced identical to the letter ‘T’ within the English alphabet. No matter ticket worth, a Card Member can scale back the price of their ticket by up to $50 for each 5,000 miles.