Monthly Archive: December 2012

Dec 17


“Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.” -Cherokee Indian Proverb

Dec 14

Friday Phrases

first and foremost= FIFRMT glove compartment= GLOFMT go ahead= GHAED greater weight= GRAERGT habeas corpus= HAIBS hospital room= HAOM hung jury= HURJ joint custody= JOID joint legal custody= JOILD joint venture= JOIF

Dec 13

To Drop Or Not To Drop

Here’s a video with advice on how to drop when being tested. When I started taking speed tests, I didn’t think about this method. My method was always to try to get every word…Different strokes for different folks; literally. Lol. Everybody has their own methods. However, this video definitely gave me something to think about. …

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Dec 12

Rules Of Grammar: Anytime vs. Any Time

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When “anytime” is used to mean “whenever,” it is written in one word. For example, “Come visit me anytime you are in my neighborhood.” However, when it is used after a preposition, such as “at,” it is written in two words. For example, “Have you seen her at any time in the past two weeks?”

Dec 12

Random Briefs

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pharmaceutical= FARL paraphernalia= PRFRNL bothersome= BOERM fearsome= FAOERM gruesome= GRAOUM self-confidence= SK-FD self-defense= SD-FS mantle= MANLT dismantle= SMANLT

Dec 12


“If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never have it. If you don’t ask, the answer is always no. If you don’t step forward, you’re always in the same place.” -Nora Roberts

Dec 07

Legal Vocabulary: Misfeasance vs. Malfeasance vs. Nonfeasance

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Misfeasance is defined as “The wrongful performance of a normally lawful act.” Malfeasance is defined as “The performance by a public official of an act that is legally unjustified, harmful, or contrary to law.” Nonfeasance is a failure to act. Machine Briefs: Misfeasance= MIFZ or MIZ/FAOEFNS Malfeasance= MAFZ or MAL/FAOEFNS Nonfeasance= NOFZ or NAUN/FAOEFNS

Dec 07

Friday Phrases

telephone number= TEB phone number= FUB exhibit number= XUB under the circumstances= UTS under all circumstances= ULS under all the circumstances= ULTS under any circumstances= UNS period of time= P-FT up-to-date= P-TD day-to-day= DTD

Dec 07


“Find the good. It’s all around you. Find it, showcase it and you’ll start believing it.” -Jesse Owens

Dec 03

The Court Reporting Profession Explained

Here’s a great video explaining what court reporters do. This is a great video to refer to people who think that court reporters type, or play a “piano machine.” Lol.

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