Sometimes when people are doing interviews for Podcasting, they may have guest that will let a word or two slip out. If you have a "E" rating for iTunes, you will need to address this issue. Instead of just cutting the word (s) out and leaving dead air space, you can use the audio file below to put in its place. Just download the file and separate the sounds and use the one that comes closest to filling in the gap.
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