Then, however, we have accent and access ("way in") where the first C is sounded as "kuh" and the second as "suh", the same as the "ksuh" sound made by the letter X in axis (of a graph) or axes (plural of "axe") and axes (plural of "axis").
Now you read the words on this disk:
(pause) Yes, the words are:
accent * access * axis
axes * axes
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