Monthly Archive: January 2013

Jan 24

Random Briefs

transmission= TR-MGS transmit= TR-MT transfer= TRFR transform= TRFRM transformation= TRFRMGS transport= TR-PT transportation= TRPGS transit= TRIT transit authority= TRIRT penetrate= PRAINT infrastructure= SNRUR network= TWORK forum= FOURM

Jan 24

Stenspiration™

“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.” -Leo Buscaglia Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Jan 22

Week 3: 13,000 Words in 2013 Dictionary Challenge

Week 3: 252 Week 2: 274 Week 1: 470 Entries Total Tally: 996 Entries Happy dictionary building! Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Jan 21

Practice Video: As A Man Thinketh Part 1

Thinking positively is such an important factor to what we do as stenographers. Due to this fact, I think that practicing to material that reinforces positive thinking is very beneficial to us on a variety of levels. Therefore, I will be regularly posting the type of material that will, hopefully, keep our attitudes upbeat, as …

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Jan 21

Medical Monday: Part 3- Pharynx

The pharynx is the throat. Its function is as a passageway for food and air. Machine Briefs: Option #1: pharynx= FARNGS Option #2: pharynx= FAR/*INGS Option #3: pharynx= FA/RINGS

Jan 21

Medical Monday: Part 2- Trachea

The trachea is known as the “windpipe.” It is the tube leading from the throat to the bronchial tubes. Machine Briefs: Option #1: trachea= TRAIBG/A* Option #2: trachea= TRAIBG/YA* Option #3: trachea= TRAIBG/YA

Jan 21

Medical Monday: Part 1- Larynx

The larynx is also known as the “voice box.” It is located at the upper part of the trachea. Machine Briefs: Option #1: larynx= LARNGS Option #2: larynx= LAR/*INGS Option #3: larynx= LA/RINGS

Jan 18

I’m Sure & I’m Not Sure

I’m practicing and figured I would try a brief that’s a little unorthodox. I type “I’m sure,” AOIMZ; so, I want to add the final -T to crate a brief for “I’m not sure.” This is a brief that sticks for me. However, I’m not sure if sliding my finger over to include the final …

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Jan 18

Legal Vocabulary: Peremptory Challenge

A peremptory challenge is an objection made by an attorney in regard to a potential juror sitting on the jury. There are a limited number of peremptory challenges that a party can make. This number varies by jurisdiction. No reason is required in order for an attorney to make a peremptory challenge. Machine Briefs: Option …

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Jan 18

Friday Phrases

first time= FIRT for the first time= FFRT first and foremost= FIFRMT summary judgement= SMUMT temporary restraining order= TRO restraining order= STRO pecuniary damage= PUKD pecuniary damages= PUKDZ punitive damages= P-DZ compensatory damages= K-DZ moot point= MAOPT

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