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see shorthandshorthand,
any brief, rapid system of writing that may be used in transcribing, or recording, the spoken word. Such systems, many having characters based on the letters of the alphabet, were used in ancient times; the shorthand of Tiro, Cicero's amanuensis, was used for
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American Stenographic has leased 1,800 s/f of office space and Rainbow Stores has leased 7,585 s/f of retail space at the project, located at 200 East 161st Street, just off the Grand Concourse, the major north-south thoroughfare connecting the Bronx with Manhattan.
The editor's note of the stenographic report notes that 40 delegates from Afghanistan travelled to Baku to participate in the congress (Congress of the Peoples of the East, Composition of the Congress by Nationalities, 1920).
The iCVNet app for use on Apple iPads enables Official Court Record's stenographic court reporter services to continue to build strong and long-lasting relationships in the courts and legal industry.
Although Byzantine chant has always had a stenographic notational system, it has been performed with an improvisational and interpretative melodic (neumatic) realization including ornamentation, melodic interpretation, rhythms, tunings of modes, dynamics and other expressions.
The major sources he employed for his Naskah persiapan were the stenographic reports of the BPUPK and PPKI collected by A.
Since we can't count on truth in advertising, the job of fact-checking--not just stenographic reporting of what candidates and public officials say--is increasingly important
The foregoing measure is futile unless a verbatim stenographic report is preserved of each trial.
Stenographic court reporting has its roots in the need for an official transcript of legal proceedings for use in deliberations and appeals.
She estimated that there were perhaps 50 typists in the city, including "amanuenses and stenographic type writers.
Deutscher Bundestag (1995): Stenographic record of the German Bundestag 13/2264.
The participants who were aided by supporting stenographic images were presented with the block of logograms, to encourage them to use specific strategy for finding a link between the image and syllables.
Press, 2006), Ramsay MacMullen draws on extensive verbatim stenographic records to analyze some 250 ecumenical councils from A.