Monthly Archive: October 2014

Oct 21

Dictionary Builder: The 100 Most Common Boys Names

Here’s a list of the 100 most popular boys names as of May 2014, according to the Social Security Administration’s statistics: 1. Noah 2. Liam 3. Jacob 4. Mason 5. William 6. Ethan 7. Michael 8. Alexander 9. Jayden 10. Daniel 11. Elijah 12. Aiden 13. James 14. Benjamin 15. Matthew 16. Jackson 17. Logan …

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Oct 20

Medical Monday: Guaiac Test

A guaiac test is a test in which the presence of blood is tested in excrement. This test is used to detect bleeding of the large intestine. The wood resin from a tree in the genus of Guajacum is used for this test. When this resin comes into contact with blood it turns blue, thereby …

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Oct 17

Rules Of Grammar: Is X-Ray Capitalized?

According to the Medical Library Association Style Manual, the “X” in “X-ray” is capitalized when it is referring to X radiation or X-ray films.

Oct 17

Random Briefs

cohesive: KHAOEFZ subsidiary= SDAER subsidiaries= SDAERS subsidy= SDAOE tornado= TRORND unify= YAOIF stipend= STAOIPD sedentary= SDAIR sedentarily= SDAIRL

Oct 16

Court Reporter Spotted: Malcolm In The Middle

Malcolm In The Middle 1 copy

Malcolm In The Middle, Season 4, Episode 9 (Grandma Sues) SIDEBAR: Look at how high her machine is. Smh.

Oct 16

Objections During Depositions

In the video below, two attorneys discuss and explain the basic objections that are raised during depositions.

Oct 16

Stenspiration™

“The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.” -Jimmy Johnson Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Oct 10

Friday Phrases

after contact= AFK after the contact= AFKT before contact= BFK before the contact= BFKT point of contact= POIFK points of contact= POIFKS into contact= NAOKT

Oct 08

Random Briefs

tranquil= TWIL tranquility= TWILT tranquilize= TWILZ tranquilizer= TWIRLZ rhetoric= WRET rhetorical= WROL rhetorically= WROEL

Oct 07

Legal Vocabulary: Scienter

Scienter is Latin for “having knowledge.” According to Law.com, “In criminal law, it refers to knowledge by a defendant that his/her acts were illegal or his/her statements were lies and thus fraudulent.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: scienter= SAOI/SB*ER OPTION #2: scienter= SAOI/EN/TER OPTION #3: scienter= SAOI/EN/T*ER

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