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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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It does not include the provision of services that do not require skills unique to the field of law; for example, services by printers, delivery services, or stenography services.
Mary bought a book called Alphabet Shorthand to teach herself stenography. She had never seen a switchboard before and her typing skills were lacking in the area of, well, skills.
As a child, she had a talent for languages, fiction (she would later write a best-selling novel), stenography and, apparently, metal-making.
As a young man he had wanted to go to art school and become a commercial artist but his family was unable to afford the costs so he trained in stenography instead.
House of Representatives and the Senate, to major sporting events or breaking news, a career in court reporting or captioning can lead to unlimited opportunities," said Marilyn Hodgen, a court reporter from Oklahoma City.<br />Participants in the A to Z Intro to Machine Shorthand program will be taught on stenography machines by volunteer professionals working in court reporting and captioning.
El Asleyeen's narrative was executed with a great deal of stenography, and the cadence is new and variant.
With it he developed teaching machine programs (German, statistics, stenography, analytic geometry).
One day in the stenography class the teacher made the comment that any sound could be written with the Pitman stenography system.
Patrick told reporters - reduced to stenography because he spoke and left without taking questions - that the must-dos won't get done until he gets his way on two other pieces of legislation, one that would put the state in charge of regulating which public restrooms Texans get to use and another that would force local governments to hold elections when they raise property taxes by more than a set amount.
Also needed are dental laboratory technicians, electrical technologists, radio radar technicians, librarians and secretaries with training in stenography.
In 2013 Tiffany Stern produced "Sermons, Plays and Note-Takers: Hamlet Q1 as a 'Noted' Text," resurrecting the possibility that the text might have been compiled, at least in part, by a process of stenography or swift-writing, a theory which most of us thought had been laid definitively to rest some seventy years earlier.
Resampling forensics can also be used to reveal the image's processing history or help people select the secure cover for stenography; for example, Kodovsky and Fridrich analyzed how the parameters of downscaling affect the security of stenography [13].