Monthly Archive: April 2015

Apr 30

Theory Thursday: Indefinite Pronouns (Briefs Included)

Indefinite pronouns refer to something that is unspecified. Here’s a list of indefinite pronouns and their machine briefs: anybody= NIB anyone= NIN anything= NIG each= AOEFP either= AO*ERT everybody= EFRB everyone= EFRN everything= EFRG neither= NAOERT nobody= NOB no one= N*ON nothing= NOG one= WUN somebody= S-B someone= SWUN something= S-G several= SEFRL many= MAEN …

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Apr 29

Court Reporter Spotted: Marvel’s Daredevil Season 1, Episode 3

Daredevil Season 1 Episode 3 Pic 1

Apr 29

Stenspiration™

“No horse gets anywhere until he is harnessed. No steam or gas ever drives anything until it is confined. No Niagara is ever turned into light and power until it is tunneled. No life ever grows great until it is focused, dedicated, disciplined.” -Henry Emerson Fosdick Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Apr 24

Friday Phrases

some of those= SMFS some of these= SMFZ (opposed= PAOS) as opposed= SPAOS as opposed to= SPAOT as opposed to the= SPAOTS some believe= SM-BL some people= SM-PL some other= SMOER

Apr 23

Theory Thursday: Time

o’clock= KLK one o’clock= 1K two o’clock= 2K three o’clock= 3K four o’clock= 4K five o’clock= 5K six o’clock= K6 seven o’clock= K7 eight o’clock= K8 nine o’clock= K9 ten o’clock= 10K eleven o’clock= 1/1K twelve o’clock= 12K a.m.= AM p.m.= PM (NOTE: Your software should be set to automatically add :00 after any digits …

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Apr 22

Stenspiration™

“On the whole, it is patience which makes the final difference between those who succeed and fail in all things. All the greatest people have it in an infinite degree and, among the less, the patient, weak ones always conquer the impatient, strong.” -John Ruskin Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Apr 21

Rules Of Grammar: Preventive vs. Preventative

According to WritingExplained.org, “preventive” and “preventative” are interchangeable. They can both be used as a noun or an adjective. The words both “refer to things that prevent, hinder, or act as obstacles.” WritingExplained.org further explains that between the two word choices, internationally, “preventive” is the preferred choice; being used approximately eight times more than “preventative.” …

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Apr 20

Case CATalyst: How To Build A Concordance Index

Apr 20

Medical Monday: Crepitation

Crepitation is defined as follows: “(1) A crackling sound made in breathing by a person with an inflamed lung, detected using a stethoscope. (2) A dry sound like that of grating the ends of a fractured bone. (3) The sensation felt on placing the hand over the seat of a fracture when the broken ends …

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Apr 17

Friday Phrases

more often= MOFN breaking and entering= BRAERKT now see= NOUZ now tell= NOULT objection, nonresponsive= NORP ordinary person= OERP ordinary prudence= OERPD side-view mirror= S-FM side-view mirrors= S-FMS

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