[ras-tuh-fair-ee, -fahr-ee, -fair-ahy, rah-stuh-; in Jamaica often rah-stah-fah-rahy] /ˌræs təˈfɛər i, -ˈfɑr i, -ˈfɛər aɪ, ˌrɑ stə-; in Jamaica often ˌrɑ stɑ fɑˈraɪ/

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