For example, in French, the sound (as in food, but short), can be spelled ou, ous, out, or oux ( ou, nous, tout, choux ), but the pronunciation of each of those sequences is always the same. The Spelling-to-sound correspondences section below presents a summary of pronunciation variations.
In 1949, the chancel was altered and statues and relics of the Canadian Martyrs were installed. The chapel was then dedicated to the Canadian Martyrs. In 1992, the Maison Dauphine, a centre for homeless youth, was established next to the chapel.
Crows (candy) Crows are a licorice candy identical in shape and texture to Dots. Their mascot is a crow with a top hat and cane. Crows were invented in the 1890s by confectioners Henrique Cataldi and Joseph Maison.
Or when composing church music and operatic music in E‑flat major, [Joseph] Haydn often substituted cors anglais for oboes in this period, and also in the Symphony No. 22 in E-flat major. For Mozart, E-flat major was associated with Freemasonry, E-flat evoked stateliness and an almost religious character.