Elsie

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Date registered: June 7, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Friday Phrases — November 24, 2017
  2. Dictionary Challenge Update: November 24, 2017 — November 24, 2017
  3. Briefs And Phrases From National Geographic: Skin — November 6, 2017
  4. The Dictaphone vs. The Stenographer — November 3, 2017
  5. Friday Phrases — November 3, 2017

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  1. Practice Video: Q & A (120, 140 and 160) — 8 comments
  2. Legal Vocabulary: Misfeasance vs. Malfeasance vs. Nonfeasance — 5 comments
  3. Practice Video: A Tale Of Two Cities; Book 1, Chapter 1 — 5 comments
  4. An Ex-Court Reporting Student Talks About Her Experience In School — 5 comments
  5. Practive Video: Deposition Reenactment — 4 comments

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Nov 24

Friday Phrases

lump sum= LUMS lump sum payment= LUFMT lump sum payments= LUFMTS charge card= KHARKD charge cards= KHARKDZ it will happen= T-LP standard of care= STOFK standard of living= STOLG

Nov 24

Dictionary Challenge Update: November 24, 2017

I finished the “L” words, yesterday. There are 80 pages of “M” words, and I have about a month to finish them, in order to reach my goal. I have a strategy. I’m going to input all of the words via my machine first. Then, I’ll d-define them. I’m going on an inputting bonanza this …

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Nov 06

Briefs And Phrases From National Geographic: Skin

National Geographic Skin

there is= THR-S inside= N-DZ itches= IFPS aches= AEKS miraculously= MIRBLG/L*UFL millennia= MA/LEN/YA* tattoo= TAOUT amazing= MAEGS situation= SWAIGS culture= KLUR person= PERN all the= AULT protects= PROEKTS unites= YAOINTS divides= DWAOIDZ microscopic= MAOIRK/SKO*PK cellular= SLAOUR system= ST-M you= U navigate= NAFGT extreme= STREM customs= KUFMS culture= KLUR what is= WHAS ignoring= GORG hundreds= HUNS …

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Nov 03

The Dictaphone vs. The Stenographer

In Napoleon Hill’s, “The Law of Success,” he recounts a tale of a salesman attempting to sell him a Dictaphone machine while simultaneously demonstrating that a stenographer is a better option. While the stenographer in Mr. Hill’s story is a shorthand writer, I think the story is apropos to machine writers as well. The story …

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Nov 03

Friday Phrases

that time= THAMT it up= TUP go up= GUP income tax= N-KT income tax return= N-RKT income tax returns= N-RKTS one of these= WUFNZ have you ever been involved= VUFRBD yes, I have the= Y*IFT as we were= SWERP

Nov 02

Theory Thursday: Elsie Villega’s Audio Practice Briefs & Phrases Part 1

summit= SUMT garage= GRAJ garbage= GARJ accountability= KABLT accountable= KABL secondary= SERKD governance= GOFRNZ convene= KWAO*EN convenes= KWAO*ENZ queen= KWAOEN queens= KWAOENS (Note: Queens= KWAO*ENS; as in Queens, New York) He was accountable for the garbage in the garage. The queen called a summit for queens that will convene in Brooklyn. The governance of the …

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Nov 01

Steno Fitness: 3 Shoulder Strengthening Tai Chi Moves

Nov 01

Legal Vocabulary: Laches

Laches is defined as: An “inexcusable delay in asserting a right.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: laches= LAFPS OPTION #2: laches= LAFP/*ES OPTION #3: laches= LAFP/*EZ

Oct 30

Stenspiration™

“Great achievement is usually born of great sacrifice, and is never the result of selfishness.” -Napoleon Hill Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Oct 30

Medical Monday: Laliatry

Laliatry is: “The branch of medicine which studies disorders of speech.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: laliatry= LA/LAOI/TR*I OPTION #2: laliatry= LA/LAOI/TRAO*E OPTION #3: laliatry= LA/LAOI/A/TR*I OPTION #4: laliatry= LA/LAOI/A/TRAO*E

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