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and Mr Reisley (that's Rye-sley ?) nailed down a number of random statistics and facts that students of Usonia (that's Uson-ya, per Roland) will want to get right.
https://www.iconichouses.org/news/ihc18 ... ight-house
(Don't miss the trailer; has the film been released ? https://vimeo.com/125186549 )
Usonia as a three-syllable rather than four-syllable word is a novelty for me. So is "Mist'right" as a pronunciation for Mr Wright---as we hear from Jack Howe
in the new Rob Barros film. I guess if you've uttered the name multiple times a day, and from quite a young age, some sort of elision could be expected. I
wonder how many other Taliesians [sic] did likewise; I feel like I've heard this before . . .