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stenography:

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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session 17, December 16, 1946, Twenty-second Congress, Stenographic Report, 342.
As Erin Hill reports in Never Done: A History of Women's Work in Media Production, sources documenting the growth, size, and functions of stenographic departments in Hollywood studios are rare, and her research draws heavily on internal studio publications like Warner Club News and RKO Club News for information on working conditions.
This invaluable appendix, entitled "The Sources of Mind, Self & Society" and meticulously prepared by Huebner, gives us access not only to the original sources used, from which we can see the kind of work Morris did on the stenographic transcripts and student notes (and conscientiously commented on by Huebner), but also to numerous passages that were simply eliminated (or not selected) in the editing process.
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.
Journalists who can be compelled to violate the confidentiality of their sources, or otherwise go to prison, are reduced to doing little more than providing stenographic services to pass along the official story.
Since Troelsgard is using cantus planus methodology for his transcription method, he wisely includes the stenographic Byzantine notational system above the Western transcription.
This form of writing, what I would call "stenographic authorship," mimics the objective neutrality of the journalistic tradition while actually enacting the power a stenographer wields in her capacity as transcriber of authoritative discourses, a theme Eaton explores in other stenographic fictions, from "Mrs.
"His lectures and surprising experiments are philosophical, mathematical, optical, magnetical, electrical, physical, chemical, pneumatic, hydraulic, perotic, hydrostatic, stenographic, pollengestic and caprimandic arts."
5645-5647, include some stenographic fragments of some of the BPUPK debates, such as those of 29 May 1945 (pp.
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
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." She said that some girls were earning $5 to $10 a week.