Monthly Archive: February 2014

Feb 28

Friday Phrases

peripheral vision= PRIFRLGS permanent physical impairment= PAIRMT or PA*IRMT physical impairment= FA*IRMT fair statement= FAIRMT I’m sorry= AOIMS I’m sure= AOIMZ I’m the= AOIMT I’m not= AO*IMT I’m not sorry= AO*IMS I’m not sure= AO*IMZ irreconcilable differences= IRKDZ

Feb 26

Stenspiration™

“Once you’re prepared to take a step, don’t put it off- just take it.” -From, “A Millionaire’s Notebook” By: Steven K. Scott Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Feb 25

Random Briefs

Here are a group of briefs that can be tricky and conflict with each other: sing= SING sink= S*ING sync= SY*NG zinc= SN*K zing= S*NG singer= SIRNG zinger= S*RNG sinker= S*IRNG syncer (as in lip syncer)= SY*RNG synchronization= SY*NGS

Feb 24

Steno Machine Case Cover

Hair Cap

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 …

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Feb 24

Medical Monday: Lancinating

Lancinating means, “characterized by piercing or stabbing sensations.” Machine Briefs: Option #1: lancinating= LANS/NAIT/-G Option #2: lancinating= LANS/NAIGT

Feb 21

Friday Phrases

taxicab driver= TAEBD (taxicab= TAEB) cab driver= KABD aggravated assault= GRAULT aggravated assault and battery= GRAUBLT aggravated robbery= GRARB aggravated sexual assault= GRAUFLT aggravating circumstances= GIRKS object to the form= OFRM object to the form of the question= OFRMGS

Feb 21

Currently Reading: Barron’s Dictionary Of Business And Economics Terms

Dictionary of Business and Economic Terms

My husband bought me this book so I can use it to build my dictionary. This dictionary is also on the NCRA’s list for references for the RPR.

Feb 20

Rules Of Grammar: Warrantee vs Warranty

A warrantee is a person to whom a warranty is made. A warranty is an authorization that is an assurance of quality. Briefs: Option #1: warranty= WAERNT Option #2: warranty= WARNT/YI Option #1: warrantee= WARNT/YAE

Feb 20

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 …

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Feb 19

Stenspiration™

“You can do anything. That’s the message I want to give. It’s not about being a basketball player, and it’s not about being a doctor or being a lawyer. It’s about finding something that you love to do, cultivate it, work hard at it and make a life better for you.” -Chris Webber Love, Speed …

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