Elsie

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Date registered: June 7, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Briefs And Phrases From National Geographic: Skin — November 6, 2017
  2. The Dictaphone vs. The Stenographer — November 3, 2017
  3. Friday Phrases — November 3, 2017
  4. Theory Thursday: Elsie Villega’s Audio Practice Briefs & Phrases Part 1 — November 2, 2017
  5. Steno Fitness: 3 Shoulder Strengthening Tai Chi Moves — November 1, 2017

Most commented posts

  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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Oct 20

Friday Phrases

stocks and bonds= STBONDZ stock market= STORKT in a way= NAE by the way= BAE City of= ST*IF better than this= BERNTS better than the= BERNT better than= BERN spinal cord= SPAOINLD spinal cords= SPAOINLDZ

Oct 19

Court Reporter Spotted: The Preacher’s Wife

Court Reporter Spotted The Preacher's Wife 1 of 2

Oct 19

Briefs And Phrases From National Geographic: How To Build A Beating Heart

National Geographic How To Build A Beating Heart

imagine= MAJ you need= UFRN years old= YAOERLDZ heart= HART she needs= SHEFRNS transplant= TRANLT patients= PAIRBTS option= OPGS replace= PLAEFR organ= GORN we could= WEKD I think= AOING regenerative= JEFRNT body= BOED organs= GORNZ vision= VIGS to do= TAOD really= R-L replacement= PLAEFRMT transplanted= TRANLTD simply= SOIM finger= FIRNG extremity= STREMT object= OBT eventually= …

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Oct 13

Briefs, Phrases, and Legal Terminology From Boston Legal Season 1, Episode 13

tomorrow= TOM nation= NAIGS would you like= WOUBLG to tell= TOLT to tell me= TOMT contractual= KR-LT relationships= ROIPS testify= TEF bona fide= B-FD routine= RAOUNT impression= KBREFGS bleach= BLAOEFP against the law= GLAU who else= WHOELS access= SKES let me understand= LEMDZ business= BIS magazine= MAG publicity= PUBT dispute= SDPAOUT domestic= DMEFKT you were= …

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Oct 13

Dictionary Challenge Update: October 13, 2017

I just finished the “J” words last night. Yay! The J section is relatively short; so is the K section. I’m hoping I can finish the “K” words in a few days. That would give me a bit more than 2 months to finish the “L” and “M” words by the end of the year, …

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Oct 13

Friday Phrases

criminal justice system= KRUJS criminal justice= KRUJ I don’t believe this= YOBLTS did you need= SDUFRN did you need the= SDUFRNT did you need this= SDUFRNTS did you need to= SDUFRNTD

Oct 10

I Love Steno Trivia Tuesday: The Word With The Most Definitions

QUESTION: What English word has the most definitions. ANSWER: Set. According to the Guinness World Records, the word “set” has 430 different meanings. Guinness World Records also states this concerning the word “set”: “The word commands the longest entry in the dictionary at 60,000 words, or 326,000 characters.”

Oct 06

Friday Phrases

prescription drug= PRIPD prescription drugs= PRIPDZ independent recollection= N-RGS ordinarily reasonable person= OERNL will you find= LUFND intersection of= SB-FX

Oct 02

Dictionary Challenge Update: October 2, 2017

I finished the “I” words from “The New International Webster’s Comprehensive Dictionary.” I just may reach my 2017 dictionary goal yet! #Hopeful Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Oct 02

Briefs, Phrases, and Legal Terminology From Boston Legal Season 1, Episode 12

how bad= HOUBD is he= SE brilliant= BRIL litigation= LIGS enormous= NAOERMS where is= WR-S administrative= MIF what was= WHAFS elevator= L-FRT did I= SDI I wouldn’t know= YAON at the same time= TAIMT you wanted= UPTD to see= TOZ summary judgment= SMAERJT negligence= NEJS intentional= SBENLGS infliction= FLIX memoranda= MAUMD plead= PLAOED amend= AMD …

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