Monthly Archive: November 2015

Nov 16

Stenspiration™

“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Nov 16

Medical Monday: Bones Of The Hand

Nov 10

Random Briefs

preponderance= P-P preponderances= P-PS preponderancy= P-PZ preponderate= P-PT preponderated= P-PTD preponderates= P-PTS preponderating= P-PGT

Nov 09

Rules Of Grammar: Commonly Misspelled Words

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Nov 09

Medical Monday: Costotomy

Costotomy is the incision of the rib. OPTION #1: costotomy= KOS/TOT/TOE/M*I OPTION #2: costotomy= KOS/TOT/TOE/MAO*E OPTION #3: costotomy= KOS/TOT/TO*EM OPTION #4: costotomy= KOFT/TO*EM OPTION #5: costotomy= KOS/TO*EM OPTION #6: costotomy= KOS/TOT/TA/M*I OPTION #7: costotomy= KOS/TOT/TA/MAO*E

Nov 08

Rules Of Grammar: Commonly Misspelled Words

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Nov 06

The Brain’s Natural Battle Of Speed vs. Accuracy

Speed and Accuracy

In his book, “Brainblocks,” clinician Dr. Theo Tsaousides discusses the brain’s natural give-and-take tug-of-war of speed vs. accuracy. His expert rendition of the brain’s conflict between speed and accuracy makes what we do as stenographers seem even more amazing! Here’s what he had to say: “Your brain can process things fast or it can process …

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Nov 06

Friday Phrases: And Phrases Part 9

and off= SKPOF and on= SKPON and one= SKPWUN and other= SKPOER and other than= SKPOERN or SKPO*ERN and other than the= SKPOERNT or SKPO*ERNT and our= SKPOUR and over= SKPOEFR and over the= SKPOEFRT and plenty= SKPLENT and recall= SKP-RL and recalled= SKP-RLD and recollect= SKP-RK and recollected= SKP-RKD and remember= SKP-RM or SKPRER …

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Nov 02

Medical Monday: Rotator Cuff Tutorial

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