Steno Machine Case Cover
One of the steno machines I have has a light-colored carrying case. I noticed how dirty the case can potentially get. My schoolmates who have had the machine longer than I have, have cases that have become a bit weathered looking. If you carry the case hanging from your shouldered, it could also easily become stained from clothes dye when the case constantly rubs against your clothing.
Since this machine is the one that I am most likely to carry when I am not going to work, but still want to have a machine with me to practice at opportune times, I want to be able to keep the case as clean as possible.
Here is my method for protecting my steno machine carrying case:
Medical Monday: Lancinating
Currently Reading: Barron’s Dictionary Of Business And Economics Terms
Rules Of Grammar: Warrantee vs Warranty
Legal Vocabulary: Illegal vs. Illegitimate vs. Illicit vs. Unlawful
Illegal vs. Illegitimate vs. Illicit vs. Unlawful
“All of the above describe actions that are not in accord with the law. However, there are some differences in the meaning among the words. Illegal refers most specifically to violations of statutes or codified rules: illegal seizure of property.
Illegitimate means lacking legal or traditional rights: illegitimate use of privileged information.
Illicit most often applies to matters regulated by law with emphasis on the way things are carried out: illicit conversion of property.
Unlawful means not sanctioned by law: an unlawful claim to an inheritance.” From, Abused, Confused & Misused Words” By: Mary Embree
Here are some Briefs:
Option #1: illegal= ILG
Option #2: illegal= IL/LAOEL
Option #1: illegitimate= JIT
Option #2: illegitimate= IL/JIT
Option #1: illicit= IL/LIS/IT
Option #2: illicit= IL/L*IFT
Option #1: unlawful= UN/LAUFL
Option #2: unlawful= NAUFL
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