Monthly Archive: June 2013

Jun 16

Practice Video: Contract Law

Here’s a video about contract law. This video is especially good practice for students who are practicing at approximately 100-120 WPM. Here are some briefs from the video: in our= NOUR language= LANG contracts= KR-TS negotiation= GOERBGS warranties= WAERNTS exclusion= XLAOUGS vocabulary= VOIB obligations= BLIGS/-S exemptiom= XEMGS fulfill= FFL refuse= RFS each and every= AOEFR

Jun 14

J-Defining From Your Stenograph Machine

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On some rare downtime while interning, I discovered how to J-Define from my steno machine (no laptop needed). I have a Stenograph Fusion; however, this method should work on other Stenograph machines that have the same screen setup. STEP 1: If you are starting from the homes screen, press Dct. STEP 2: Press, J-Defines. STEP …

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Jun 14

Friday Phrases

also known as= SNOENLS am I correct= MIRK am I right= MIRT am I wrong= MIRNG faux pas= FOEPS from your understanding= FRURNGDZ going to object= GOBT greater number of witnesses= GRUNS greater weight of the evidence= GRAEFD instruct the jury= STRUJ instruct the witness= STWIT or STRUNS interest of justice= TRFJS irreconcilable differences= IRKDZ

Jun 11

Week 22: 13,000 Words in 2013 Dictionary Challenge

Week 22: 266 Week 21: 249 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 …

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Jun 11

Legal Vocabulary: En Banc

En banc literally means, “on the bench.” It is when all the judges of an appellate court sit together to hear a case. Machine Briefs: Option #1: en banc= EN/BA*NG

Jun 10

Medical Monday: Phrases Containing The Word, “Medical”

degree of medical= DREFM degree of medical certainty= DREFMT medical care= MAERK medical certainty= *MS medical examination= MELGS medical examiner= MAERX medical eaxm= MAEM medical insurance= MURNS medical malpractice= M*M medical record= MORD medical records= MORDZ medical report= MORP medical reports= MORPS medical school= MAOL Medical School= MAO*L medical treatment= MAOEMT reasonable degree of medical …

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Jun 07

Friday Phrases

left arm= LERM or L*RM left foot= L*FT left leg= L*LG or LELG left fender= LFRND left hand= LND left lane= L*L left side= L-DZ left turn= L*URN or L*T left-hand lane= LNL left-hand side= LNDZ left-hand turn= LNT left-turn lane= L*URNL

Jun 05

Legal Vocabulary: Plat

A plat is a map, that is drawn to scale, in order to depict the divisions of a piece of land. Machine Briefs: Option #1: plat= PLAT

Jun 05

Week 21: 13,000 Words in 2013 Dictionary Challenge

Week 21: 249 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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Jun 05

Stenspiration™

“Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success.” -Napoleon Hill Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

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