Monthly Archive: February 2016

Feb 25

Briefs and Phrases From The Blacklist: Season 1, Episode 5

Tell me= TL-M I need= IFRN of course,= -FX I don’t get= YOGT murder= MURD powerful= POUF daylight= DAILT ultrasound= URLT/SOUND normal= NOL mistake= MAEK courier= KOR/Y*ER intercept= SBEFPT resources= SRORSZ Cairo= KAOI/R*OE committee= KMAOE occasional= KAEFNL American= MERN manuscript= MAN/SKR*IPT letters= LERTS earthly= *ERLT conduct= KIKT violence= VLS physical= FIS embodiment= KBOEMT transaction= TR-X …

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Feb 19

Friday Phrases

staph infection= STA*FGS or STA*FBGS staph infections= STA*FGSZ or STA*FBGSZ blood cell count= BLAOLT waiting room= WAIRM or WAIRMT waiting rooms= WAIRMS or WAIRMTS respiration rate= R-RPGTS post-traumatic stress= PRAUMTS post-traumatic stress disorder= PRAUMTD days of the week= DAIFKZ

Feb 18

Briefs and Phrases From The Blacklist: Season 1, Episode 4

badge= BAJ system= ST-M wonder= WUND classified= KLAFD homicide= HOM what really= WHA*RL supervisor= SPR-FR courthouse= KHOUS interested= TR-D I don’t know= YON appointment= POIMT FBI= TB*I suspicion= SPIGS arrest= AR indictment= DAOIMT impressive= KBREFS sideways= SDWAIS vicious= VIRBS transportation= TR-PGS out of the= OUFT identity= AOID passport= PAFRPT bank account= BA*INGT credit cards= KRERKDZ …

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Feb 18

Court Reporter Spotted: The Blacklist (Season 1, Episode 4)

Blacklist CR 01 04 copy

Feb 16

Court Reporter Spotted: Introducing Dorothy Dandridge

Introducing Dorothy Dandridge

Feb 16

Medical Briefs From House: Season 1, Episode 3

cough= KAUF symptom= STOM fever= FAOEFR contagious= TAIJS rash= RARB blood pressure= BLAOPS fluids= FLAOUDZ abdominal= ABL diagnosis= D-GS testicular= TES/TIK/LA*R or TES/TIK/AOU/LA*R Yersinia= YER/SIN/YA* infection= N-FX arthritis= THRAOITS vasculitis= VAFK/LAO*ITS nerve= NEFRB allergy= LAOERJ carcinoid= KARS/NO*ID or KAR/SA/NO*ID Absidia= AB/SID/YA* symptoms= STOMS sepsis= SEP/S*IS antibiotics= AEBTS Cort stim= KORT/ST*IM echocardiogram= EK/O*E/KARD/GRA*M or EK/O*E/KARD/YOE/GRA*M pituitary= …

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Feb 16

Dictionary Builder: Iconoclast

Iconoclast is defined as: “A person who criticizes or opposes beliefs and practices that are widely accepted.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: iconoclast= AOI/KON/KLA*FT OPTION #2: iconoclast= AOI/KON/OE/KLA*FT OPTION #3: iconoclast= AOI/KON/O*E/KLA*FT OPTION #4: iconoclast= AOI/KON/NOE/KLA*FT

Feb 11

Theory Thursday: Prefix Briefs Part 4

The following are briefs for prefixes: (Note: When d-defining, don’t forget to define the briefs with the format symbol for prefixes.) iso= OIS or AO*IS lo= LO Mc= M*K mega= MAEG micro= MAOIRK mis= MIZ myo= MAOI/O*E neo= NAOE/O*E or NAOE/YOE neuro= NAOUR

Feb 10

Rules Of Grammar: Flair vs. Flare

Flair is defined as follows: “(1) A natural ability to do something. (2) An unusual and appealing quality or style.” Flare is defined as follows: “(1) A light that shines brightly and briefly. (2) A very bright light that is used to give a signal, to light something, or to attract attention. Also, a device …

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Feb 10

Stenspiration™

“Profound belief in something allows every individual to find an immense inner force, and to overcome his or her failings.” -Soichiro Honda Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

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