How to pronounce Oregon’s capital: the ‘P’ sound
Portland, Oregon–(AP)–The “P” sound in Portland’s Capital is pronounced “pepper”, not “pink”.
The “P'” sound is a trademark of the American Red Cross.
The American Red Army, the US Army Corps of Engineers and many other organizations have used the sound for many years.
“I think the city’s been using it for a long time,” said Michael Abrash, a professor of English at Portland State University.
“It’s an interesting and interesting sound.”
The sound was coined by American Red, a nonprofit organization that uses the phrase “Painted Capital”.
The Red Cross has used the “P”, meaning “painted” or “painted-on”, for more than 100 years.
It is also the name of a city in Ohio.
The word “Paint” is also used in the US and Canada.
In Oregon, it is a common name for many types of paint, including murals.
The sound is not in use as often as in other places.
The Red Corps has also been using the word “Portland”, which means “Pine Island”, in its name.
Portland has a population of about 7,000.
“The ‘P’, as you might expect, is a very old-fashioned sound,” said Abras, who has been studying the American language for decades.
“Portlanders are not used to it being used that way.
They have a very strong and strong history of being very polite and polite people.”
The Red Army has been using “Portland” for more to the point of using it in their logo.
The logo says “Portland: Red Army” and “Pilots, Soldiers, Painted Capital” on the top of the city.
The Oregon Capital, a museum of Portland’s past, is located in downtown Portland.
The capital was built in the 1800s and was used as a place of worship and was renamed Portland in 1890.
The city was built around the Oregon River and served as a major center for shipping and mining.
The Capital is one of only two places in the world where there are still buildings left standing after the construction of the Pacific Coast Highway.
A mural depicting an American soldier was painted on the building’s facade.
The painting is still visible in the city today.
The original building was purchased in 1968 by the US Navy, but it is now a museum.