Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 17

Medical Monday: Euthyroid

Euthyroid is defined as: “a normally functioning thyroid gland.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: euthyroid= AOU/THAOIRD OPTION #2: euthyroid= AOU/THOID OPTION #3: euthyroid= AOU/THAOI/ROID OPTION #4: euthyroid= AOU/THAOI/RO*ID

Nov 14

Study / Concentration Music (Classical Piano)

Nov 14

Friday Phrases

U.S. Supreme Court= YAOEMT supreme court= SKORT Supreme Court= SKO*RT U.S. District Court= SDRORT federal court= FRALT federal government= FRALG proximate result= PRAURLT have you known= VUN

Nov 13

Rules Of Grammar: Liberaltarian vs. Libertarian

I had to put these words in my dictionary the other day.

Nov 13

Stenspiration™

“Now that it’s all over, what did you really do yesterday that’s worth mentioning?” -Coleman Cox Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Nov 10

Rules Of Grammar: Who vs. Whom

“Rule: Use the he/him method to decide whether who or whom is correct. he= who him= whom Examples: Who/whom wrote the letter? He wrote the letter. Therefore, who is correct. Who/whom should I vote for? Should I vote for him? Therefore, whom is correct.” -From, “The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation” By: Straus & …

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Nov 10

Medical Monday: Alkalemia

Alkalemia is defined as: “A reduction to below normal or safe limits of acidity in the blood.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: alkalemia= AL/KA/LAOE/MAOE/A OPTION #2: alkalemia= AL/KA/LAOEM/YA* OPTION #3: alkalemia= AL/KA/LAOEM/YI/A*

Nov 09

Rules Of Grammar: Fewer vs. Less

“Use fewer to describe plural words; use less to describe singular words. EXAMPLE: The new product has fewer calories, but less fat.” From, “The Only Grammar Book You’ll Ever Need” By: Susan Thurman

Nov 08

The Color Codes For Case CATalyst’s Job Folders

The state of your jobs can be identified by color coded job folders. By default, the color codes for the job folders are as follows: Yellow= Steno that has been read but not translated. Pink= Jobs that have been translated or in progress in edit. Blue= Jobs that have been assigned to the proofreader or …

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Nov 07

Friday Phrases

light, medium, heavy= LFM light, medium, or heavy= L*FM light, medium, heavy, something else= LFMGS light, medium, heavy, or something else= L*FMGS long time= LONGT incompetent, irrelevant, and immaterial= IRMT independent recollection= N-RGS

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