Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 20

Friday Phrases

traffic device= T*D traffic control= T*K traffic control device= T*KD traffic control devices= T*KDZ we, the jury= WAOEJ talk about= TAUB talk about the= TAUBT vocational school= VAOL Virgin Islands= VI/VI or VIRJDZ

Jun 19

Random Briefs

shoplift= SHOPT shoplifted= SHOPTD shoplifter= SHORPT shoplifters= SHORPTS shoplifting= SHOPGT subtitle= STAOILT subtitles= STAOILTS shortcut= SHORK or SHORKT

Jun 19

Rules Of Grammar: Backslash vs. Forward Slash

Backslash: \ (leans backwards) Forward slash: / (leans forward) The use of the term “backslash,” in regards to citing a website address, is a commonly accepted error. Website addresses are actually composed of forward slashes. However, backslashes are used in reference to directories and file paths in Windows. Forward slashes are also known as just …

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Jun 18

Practice Video: 400 WPM Jury Charge

I found this video on You Tube. You Tube user Eileen Beltz does one minute of a 400 WPM jury charge…Incredible!

Jun 18

Stenspiration™

“We should be taught not to wait for inspiration to start a thing. Action always generates inspiration. Inspiration seldom generates action.” -Frank Tibolt Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Jun 17

Legal Vocabulary: Impleader

Impleader is defined by the Free Dictionary as, “A procedural device used in a civil action whereby a defendant brings into the lawsuit a third party who is not already a party to the action but may ultimately be liable for the plaintiff’s claim against the defendant. Impleader is most commonly used where the third …

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Jun 13

Friday Phrases

work injury= WOIJ work for= WOFR works for= WOFRS work for the= WOFRT works for the= WOFRTS day-by-day= D-BD day-to-day= D-TD

Jun 13

Stenspiration™

“Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other.” -Walter Elliot Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Jun 11

Random Briefs

hypo (the prefix)= HOIP hypocrite= HIPT hypocritical= HIPLT hypothesis= H-P hypotheses= H-PS hypothesize= H-PZ hypothesized= H-PDZ hypothesizing= H-PGZ hypothetical= H-PT hypothetically= H-PLT

Jun 11

Steno Foodie: Healthy/Quick Grab & Go Breakfast

Here’s a video on how to make a healthy breakfast parfait that can be made the night before. This recipe is great for people who have a busy schedule and can benefit form a healthy energy boost. I will definitely be making some of these parfaits.

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