Monthly Archive: February 2014

Feb 17

Medical Monday: Infarction

Infarction is defined by Wikipedia as, “tissue death (necrosis) caused by a local lack of oxygen, due to an obstruction of the tissue’s blood supply.” Machine Briefs: Option #1: infarction= IN/FARK/SHUN Option #2: infarction= IN/FARX Option #3: infarction= N-FRX

Feb 17

Court Reporter Personality Traits

Feb 17

Random Briefs

baby= BAEB babysit= BAEBT babysitter= BAERBT babysitting= BAEBGT tattoo= TAOUT t-shirt= STHIRT exhilarate= S*IL exhilarating= S*ILG exhilaration= S*ILGS contradict= KRIKT contradiction= KRIBGS contradictory= KRIRKT critic= KRIK critics= KRIKZ crick= KR*IK exemption= XEMGS exceptional= XEPGS/A*L vigilant= VIJ vigilante= VIJT

Feb 10

Medical Monday: Pedunculated

Pedunculated means to be attached to the membrane by a stalk. Machine Briefs: Option #1: pedunculated= PA/DUN/KAOULTD Option #2: pedunculated= PA/DUN/KAOULT/-D Option #3: pedunculated= PA/DUN/KAOU/LAITD Option #4: pedunculated= PA/DUN/KAOU/LAIT/-D Option #5: pedunculated= PA/D*UNG/AOU/LAITD Option #6: pedunculated= PA/D*UNG/U/LAITD Option #7: pedunculated= PA/D*UNG/AOU/LAIT/-D Option #8: pedunculated= PA/D*UNG/U/LAIT/-D

Feb 10

How I Feel About Being 1 Test Away From Finishing Court Reporting School…

SO EXCITED…An inch away from the finish line!

Feb 07

Friday Phrases

Q. How many= SDBLOUM Q. How much= SDBLOUFP Q. How much had= SDBLOUFPD isn’t it a fact= SNIFT isn’t it fair to say= SNAIRTS sole and exclusive= SO*EL that you know of= THAUFN that I know of= THAEUFN due diligence= DAOULG or DAOULGS faux pas= FAUPS or FOEPS

Feb 07

Stenspiration™

“Learn from the past, set vivid, detailed goals for the future, and live in the only moment of time over which you have any control: now.” -Denis Waitley Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Feb 06

Random Briefs

gunpoint= G-PT brute= BRAOUT brutal= BRAOUL brutality= BRAOULT Johnson= JOFN daytime= DAIMT nighttime= NAOIMT soror= SROR sorority= SRORT anxiety= ANGT or ANGZ anxious= AINGS saliva= SLAOIF vigilant= VIJ vigilante= VIJT

Feb 06

Dictionary Challenge: List Of Bestselling Drugs

I am now adding a list of the top 200 pharmaceutical products in the Unites States into my dictionary, in addition to my regular medical d-defines. The list I’m using contains the products’ brand names, generic names, manufacturers, and medical use. CLICK HERE for the list. [NOTE: The list in the link has been adjusted …

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Status update

Yesterday, I finally finished putting all of the Brooklyn, New York Street names into my dictionary. Now, onto a new challenge.

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