Monthly Archive: August 2012

Aug 31

Friday Phrases

due diligence= DAOULG duly licensed= DLINS duly licensed to practice= DLIP duly licensed to practice medicine= DLIM duly licensed to practice medicine in the State of= DLIFM

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Dictionary Challenge: Day 23
65 entries today. Don’t forget to backup your dictionary.
Happy Dictionary Building,
Elsie Villega

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Aug 30

Steno Fun Fact: Charles Dickens The Stenographer

At the age of 18, Charles Dickens reportedly became a professional stenographer. He used his verbatim skills for the newspaper, the Mirror of Parliament. He worked there for about half-a-decade before launching a career as a novelist. His work as a stenographer clearly influenced his writing. He made one of his most popular characters, David …

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Dictionary Challenge: Day 22
53 entries today.
Happy Dictionary Building,
Elsie Villega

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Dictionary Challenge: Day 21
68 entries today. Total Dictionary Tally: 62,086. Aiming to be at 70,000 by the end of the year.
Happy Dictionary Building,
Elsie Villega

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Aug 28

Stenspiration™

“Well done is better than well said.” -Benjamin Franklin

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Dictionary Challenge: Day 20
52 entries today. 10 days to go.
Happy Dictionary Building,
Elsie Villega

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Aug 27

Practice Video: Asking For Directions

While practicing this video, I used “THE COURT” designation for the voice of the narrator. Here are some briefs for some of the words and phrases spoken in the video: do you know= DAOUN excuse me= SKAOUM library= LAOIB polite= PLOIT along= LAONG capitol= KPOL (as opposed to capital=KPAL) practice= PRA let’s= LETS let me= …

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Aug 27

Medical Monday: Ecchymosis

Ecchymosis is defined as, “the escape of blood into the tissues from ruptured blood vessels.” Machine Brief: Option #1: ecchymosis= EK/YI/MOEZ Option #2: ecchymosis= EK//MOEZ Option #3: ecchymosis= EK/MOE/SIS Option #4: ecchymosis= EK/MO/SIS

Aug 27

Practice Video: Basic Conversation

This video is great for practicing speaker designations, especially if you’ve recently advanced from theory. It’s a good video to get you comfortable using Q & A symbols. A third party even interjects a couple of times. Here are some briefs for some of the words that come up in the video: graduate= GRAUT river= …

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