Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 30

Medical Monday

Here are some one-stroke medical briefs: amphetamine= AEFM methamphetamine= MAEFM insulin= SLIN penicillin= PLIN thoracic= THRAFK thoracic cavity= THRAFKT steroid= STERD dialysis= DAOILZ cartilage= KLAJ

Jun 27

I Love Steno: The Tour- Steno In The Park

Steno In The Park Logo

Jun 27

Friday Phrases

how many= HOUM how many days= HOUMDZ how many times= HOUMT or HOUMTS how much= HOUFP how much the= HOUFPT how bad= HOUBD how frequent= HOUFK how frequently= HOUFBLG

Jun 25


“All the so-called ‘secrets of success’ will not work unless you do.” -Author Unknown Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Jun 24

Random Briefs

eyeglasses= AOEULGS relinquish= RIRBS exacerbate= XAERBT arraign= AERN arraignment= AERNT astound= STOUN astounded= STOUND suppress= SPRES

Jun 24

Steno Fitness: The Do’s & Don’ts Of Jogging

Jun 23

I Love Steno: The Tour- The Gallery Of Shorthand

Federal Courthouse (Central Islip)

Last week, I had the pleasure of visiting The Gallery of Shorthand. The gallery is located at the Federal Courthouse in Central Islip, Long Island (New York) (Eastern District). The gallery exhibit is a comprehensive timeline of recorded words. It is organized in epochs, starting with the first epoch that depicts the ancient scribes of …

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Jun 23

Medical Monday: Anoxia & Hypoxia

Anoxia is a condition that occurs when oxygen is not properly delivered to a part of the body. The term anoxia is sometimes used as a synonym to the term hypoxia. However, hypoxia is also specifically defined as a variety of the condition of anoxia that “does not involve total oxygen deprivation.” Machine Briefs: Option …

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Jun 21

Practice Video: Jury Charge

Here are some briefs from the video: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury= LAIJS in this case= NIK recess= RES jury instructions= JIRKS bailiff= BIF is that correct= STHARK closing argument= KLAOUMT discharge= DARJ ignore= GOR intoxicated= SBOKD misdemeanor= M-M law enforcement officer= LAUFRMT motor vehicle= MOEFK beyond a reasonable doubt= Y-RD equivalent= QIF impairment= …

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Jun 20

What Is Cat Scratch? (For Case CATalyst Users)

The cat scratch function in case catalyst is akin to being able to place a neat Post-It list onto your screen while working on a transcript. Cat scratch allows you to perform the following actions: Keep a suggested brief from Brief It on the screen to be able to easily reference it throughout a job, …

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