As we noted in an earlier conversation, people in the United States usually pronounce the word buoy as BOO-ee, but their counterparts in Britain tend to pronounce it BOY. Commercials airing in the U.S. for Lifebuoy soap use the British pronunciation, though, because this soap was introduced in the 19th century by the British manufacturing company Lever Brothers.

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