Euthyroid is defined as: “a normally functioning thyroid gland.”
OPTION #1: euthyroid= AOU/THAOIRD
OPTION #2: euthyroid= AOU/THOID
OPTION #3: euthyroid= AOU/THAOI/ROID
OPTION #4: euthyroid= AOU/THAOI/RO*ID
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
I had to put these words in my dictionary the other day.
“Now that it’s all over, what did you really do yesterday that’s worth mentioning?” -Coleman Cox
Love, Speed & Accuracy,
“Rule: Use the he/him method to decide whether who or whom is correct.
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 & Kaufman
Alkalemia is defined as: “A reduction to below normal or safe limits of acidity in the blood.”
OPTION #1: alkalemia= AL/KA/LAOE/MAOE/A
OPTION #2: alkalemia= AL/KA/LAOEM/YA*
OPTION #3: alkalemia= AL/KA/LAOEM/YI/A*
“Use fewer to describe plural words; use less to describe singular words.
The new product has fewer calories, but less fat.” From, “The Only Grammar Book You’ll Ever Need” By: Susan Thurman
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 are in final edit.
Brown= Job has been printed.
Black= Jobs in the completed or done state.
Green= Job has been exported to ASCII.
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