June 14 2019

Friday Phrases

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as we were= SWERP
as we were the= SWERPT
as we were it= SW*ERPT
as we were this= SWERPTS
as we were it is= SW*ERPTS
as we were to= SWERPTD
as we were to the= SW*ERPTD
one thing= WUNG
one thing is= WUNGS
one thing the= WUNGT
one thing it= W*UNGT
one thing this= WUNGTS
one thing it is= W*UNGTS
one thing to= WUNGTD
one thing to the= W*UNGTD

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June 7 2019

Friday Phrases

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call to= KAULTD
call to the= KA*ULTD
what you believe= WHAUBL
what you believe the= WHAUBLT
what you believe this= WHAUBLTS
what you believe it= WHA*UBLT
what you believe it is= WHA*UBLTS
what you believe to= WHAUBLTD
what you believe to the= WHA*UBLTD

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May 30 2019

Theory Thursday: Suffix Briefs Part 19

I Love Steno The Student Edition (Cropped)
The following are briefs for suffixes: (Note: When d-defining, don’t forget to define the briefs with the format symbol for suffixes.)

{Suffix}stop= STO*P
{Suffix}ta= TA*
{Suffix}tate= TA*IT
{Suffix}tation= TA*IGS
{Suffix}teeism= TAO*EFM
{Suffix}teenth= TAO*ENT
{Suffix}tenths= TAO*ENTS
{Suffix}tem= T*EM
{Suffix}th= *T
{Suffix}tice= T*IS
{Suffix}time= TAO*IM

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May 30 2019

Stenspiration™

“Discouragement is literally dis-courage-ment- a lack of courage…Wherever we are, the best way to develop courage is to set a goal and achieve it, make a promise and keep it. No matter how small the goal or promise, this one act will begin to build our confidence that we can act with integrity in the moment of choice.” From, “First Things First” By: Stephen Covey

Love, Speed & Accuracy,

Elsie Villega

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May 28 2019

Legal Vocabulary: Spoliation

Spoliation is defined as follows: “(1) Destruction; mutilation; alteration; specifically, the erasure, alteration, mutilation, or destruction of a paper to prevent its being used as evidence. (2) In English canon law, the taking of the fruits of a benefice under a pretended but illegal title, or a writ or suit brought on such grounds. (3) The destruction of a ship’s papers so as to conceal its nationality, the character of its trade, cargo, etc.

Machine Briefs:

OPTION #1: spoliation= SPOE/LAO*EGS
OPTION #2: spoliation= SPOE/LAOE/A*IGS

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May 24 2019

Friday Phrases

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it became= TBAIM
it became the= TBAIMT
it became it= TBA*IMT
it became this= TBAIMTS
it became it is= TBA*IMTS
it became to= TBAIMTD
it became to the= TBA*IMTD
it became was= TBAIFMS
is to= S-TD
is to the= S*TD
is it to= ST-TD
is it to the= ST*TD

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