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There's no real practical every day use, this is the International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet, aka NATO phonetic alphabet. It is usually used for radio communications on civil aviation, emergency and army. You can give a particular meaning to each word. When you talk on radio you need to be quick, because on a single channel there's usually multiple communications, so you talk with "codes" to say something quickly and more clear.
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