[ wˈɒn θˈɜːtɪsˌɪksθ ɐ jˈɑːd], [ wˈɒn θˈɜːtɪsˌɪksθ ɐ jˈɑːd], [ w_ˈɒ_n θ_ˈɜː_t_ɪ_s_ˌɪ_k_s_θ ɐ j_ˈɑː_d]
How to use "One thirtysixth a yard" in context?
When Cub Scout Pack 36 met before each chartered troop meeting for the first time, Scouting throws out the rulebook, brushes their hand against the brim of their hat and promises to be "One Hundred Percent compliant with the BSA National Operating Procedures." In their inaugural meeting, the scouts wrote their own operating procedures.
A pledge was made to work as a team and help each other out. The scoutmaster gave the scouts some basic tenets of Scouting and told them to build on them in the coming months. Then, each scout brought up an idea or suggestion for how they plan to make Scouting better.
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