Monthly Archive: October 2014

Oct 31

Friday Phrases

clerk of the court= KLORT clear the= KLAOERT clear it= KLAO*ERT clear this= KLAOERTS credible evidence= KRAEFD credible testimony= KR-MT law maker= LAURK law makers= LAURKS

Oct 30

Court Reporter Spotted: Chill Rob G, “Court Is Now In Session”

It was cool to see a court reporter in this old school video from 1988.

Oct 29

Once Again, The English Dictionary Is Expanding

This week, HarperCollins publishers have announced the expansion of their Collins English Dictionary. The 12th edition of their dictionary will contain 50,000 new entries. Collins English Dictionary is described as the “world’s biggest single-volume English dictionary.” It was last updated three years ago. The addition of the 50,000 entries will bring the dictionary’s entry tally …

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Oct 29

Stenspiration™

“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” -T.S. Eliot Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Oct 27

New Word: Clickbait

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Here’s a word has been recently added to the English lexicon: According to Wikipedia, clickbait is defined as “web content that is aimed at generating online advertising revenue, especially at the expense of quality or accuracy, relying on sensationalist headlines to attract click-throughs and to encourage forwarding of the material over online social networks. Clickbait …

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Oct 27

Medical Monday: Neuralgia

Neuralgia is defined as “intense, typically intermittent pain along the course of a nerve, especially in the head or face.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: neuralgia= NURLG OPTION #2: neuralgia= NUR/ALG OPTION #3: neuralgia= NAOURL/ALG OPTION #4: neuralgia= NAOURL/JA* OPTION #5: neuralgia= NAOUR/ALG OPTION #6: neuralgia= NUR/AL/JA* OPTION #7: neuralgia= NAOUR/AL/JA*

Oct 26

Random Briefs

metro= MROET micro= MAOIRK Breathalyzer= BLAOIRZ incinerate= SIRNT domino= DMOE dominoes= DMOES fullness= FL-NS brochure= BRUR

Oct 25

Stenspiration™

“Some of the world’s greatest feats were accomplished by people not smart enough to know they were impossible.” -Doug Larson Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Oct 25

Steno Fitness: Quick Exercises For Long-Time Sitters

Oct 21

Dictionary Builder: The 100 Most Common Girls Names

Here’s a list of the 100 most popular girls names as of May 2014, according to the Social Security Administration’s statistics: 1. Sophia 2. Emma 3. Olivia 4. Isabella 5. Ava 6. Mia 7. Emily 8. Abigail 9. Madison 10. Elizabeth 11. Charlotte 12. Avery 13. Sofia 14. Chloe 15. Ella 16. Harper 17. Amelia …

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