Monthly Archive: October 2016

Oct 25

I Love Steno Trivia Tuesday: Which State Has The Most Court Reporters?

QUESTION: Which state has the highest level of employment for court reporters? ANSWER: According to Bureau of Labor Statistics’ May 2015 tabulation, the state of Maryland employs the most court reporters in the United States.

Oct 24

Medical Monday: Cirsotomy

A cirsotomy is “any operation for the removal of varicose veins by incision.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: cirsotomy= SIR/SOT/O*E/M*I OPTION #2: cirsotomy= SIR/SOT/O*E/MAO*E OPTION #3: cirsotomy= SIR/SOT/A/M*I OPTION #4: cirsotomy= SIR/SOT/A/MAO*E OPTION #5: cirsotomy= SIR/SOT/TO*EM OPTION #6: cirsotomy= SIR/SOT/TO*IM

Oct 21

Friday Phrases

which is known= KH-FN which is known as= KH-FNS which is known as the= KH-FNTS what is known= WHAFN what is known as= WHAFNS what is known as the= WHAFNTS this is known= THIFN this is known as= THIFNS this is known as the= THIFNTS that is known= THAFN that is known= THAFNS that is …

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Oct 20

Theory Thursday: One-Syllable Words & Stitching Practice (Part 1)

Yes, this is a children’s video, but it is also a great way to practice your theory words and stitching!

Oct 19

Court Reporter Spotted: Treme- Season 1, Episodes 5 & 7

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It looks like Madam Reporter has a Stenograph Mira. Why is it sitting on the table though? Smh! Still, I’m glad she’s at least depicted.

Oct 19

Rules Of Grammar: Tortuous vs. Torturous

Tortuous is defined as followed: “(1) Full of twists and turns. (2) Excessively lengthy and complex.” Torturous is defined as follows: “Characterized by, involving, or causing excruciating pain or suffering.”

Oct 17

Medical Monday: Arm and Forearm Arteries

artery= AERT collateral= KLARL radial= RAID/YAL or RAID/YA*L anterior= AOR posterior= PAO*R inferior= KBAOR ulnar= UL/NA*R interosseus= SBER/ROS/Y*US brachial= BRAIK/YAL or BRAIK/YA*L recurrent= RAOE/KURNT profunda= PROFND/A*

Oct 14

Rules Of Grammar: Temblor vs. Trembler

Is an earthquake a temblor or a trembler? It depends on the source you site. According to The Grammar Bible, a temblor is an earthquake and the word “trembler” refers to one who trembles; as in a person who shakes due to excitement or anxiety. However, a Google search has revealed that there are word …

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Oct 14

Friday Phrases

until this= N-LTS prescription drug= PRIPD prescription drugs= PRIPDZ at or around= AORND is that a fact= STHAFT is not= S*NT is it your understanding= STURNG is it your testimony= STURMT

Oct 14

Stenspiration™

“You have to stay aligned with your passion because as you start to move forward, you have to make sure that you remember what you started off doing it for.” -Dr. Sampson Davis Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

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