Monthly Archive: May 2013

May 31

Friday Phrases

between you and me= TWAOUM breaking and entering= BRAERKT bring the= BRINGT bring this= BRINGTS criminal possession= KRIPGS criminal possession of a controlled substance= KRINGS critical condition= KR-N day of the week= DAIFK day or night= DAORNT or DORNT due diligence= DAOULG due process= DAOUPS due course= DAOURS due care= DAOURK

May 28

Week 21: 13,000 Words in 2013 Dictionary Challenge

Week 21: 1,000 Week 20: 679 Week 19: 746 Week 18: 261 Week 17: 255 Week 16: 272 Week 15: 507 Week 14: 280 Week 13: 264 Week 12: 265 Week 11: 680 Week 10: 307 Week 9: 266 Week 8: 248 Week 7: 292 Week 6: 390 Week 5: 578 Week 4: 258 Week …

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May 28

Legal Vocabulary: Fungible

Fungible is “a commodity that is freely interchangeable with another in satisfying an obligation.” Machine Briefs: Option #1: fungible= FUJ/-BL Option #2: fungible= FUNG/-BL [SIDENOTE: I'm starting to study for my notary, so I will be doing some posts on that subject, starting this week.]

May 27

Medical Monday: Neutrophil

Neutrophils are the most abundant type of white blood cells found in mammals. They form an essential part of the immune system. These cells are typically found in the blood stream. According to Wikipedia, “During the beginning (acute) phase of inflammation, particularly as a result of bacterial infection, environmental exposure, and some cancers, neutrophils are …

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May 27

Practice Video: Closing Arguments

This video is of the prosecution’s closing arguments in the Madden trial. Please be forewarned that this is a criminal case, and that there are details of a stabbing: Here are some briefs from the video: foremost= FOERMT common sense= KMONZ courtroom= KRAOM premeditated= PRAOEMTD premeditation= PRAOEMGS too bad= TAOBD first-degree murder= F-MD murder in …

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May 24

Friday Phrases

interest rate= TRRT interest rates= TRRTS as a matter of record= SMAFRD back on the record= BRORTD or BORKD court of record= KRORD for the record= FRORD for the record, please= FRORDZ hospital record= HORD (NOTE: horde= HO*RD) medical record= MORD medical records= MORDZ above and beyond the call of duty= YFD alcohol abuse= KBHAOUS …

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May 22

Stenspiration™

“There are two things to aim at in life; first, to get what you want, and after that to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind has achieved the second.” -Logan Pearsall Smith Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

May 21

Week 20: 13,000 Words in 2013 Dictionary Challenge

Week 20: 679 Week 19: 746 Week 18: 261 Week 17: 255 Week 16: 272 Week 15: 507 Week 14: 280 Week 13: 264 Week 12: 265 Week 11: 680 Week 10: 307 Week 9: 266 Week 8: 248 Week 7: 292 Week 6: 390 Week 5: 578 Week 4: 258 Week 3: 252 Week …

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May 21

Legal Vocabulary: Recission

A recission is a mutual agreement to cancel a contract. Machine Briefs: Option #1: recission= RE/SIGS Option #2: recission= RAOE/SIGS

May 20

CCVS Gives Kudos To I Love Steno

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Special thanks and appreciation to the Canadian Centre for Verbatim Studies. In a recent blog post, CCVS mentioned I Love Steno in a list of their favorite blogs. Click here to read the article. I often retweet CCVS’s articles as well. They provide some great information about stenography. Check out their blog in its entirety …

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