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This article or section reads like a news release, or is otherwise written in an overly promotional tone. Baaed El Akhbar (Political talk show) Banet Ammati ou Binti ou Ana (Comedy series). — “Murr Television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
For /ɒl/ there's "doll", for /ɒn/ "Don" and "John", for /ɑːt/ there's "baht" (a word most people don't know, and if they do they know it more from writing than speaking), for /ɑːd/ you might get away with "baaed" (as in the "The sheep baaed at me"); there's also "Marquis de Sade". — “Wikipedia talk:IPA for English/Archive 6 - Wikipedia, the”, en.wikipedia.org
Apologies for writing this reply in English but I have been away from a Scots speaking environment for over baas, baain, baaed, baaer. Whit lowps oot is, firstlins, the 'aa', no a tradeetional grapheme in Scots at aw afore the seicont. — “Talk:Fitbaa - Wikipedia”, sco.wikipedia.org