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Here I am, sitting at a little oak table where in old times possibly some fair lady sat to pen, with much thought and many blushes, her ill-spelt love letter, and writing in my diary in shorthand all that has happened since I closed it last.
The shorthand writers and reporters put his evidence into presentable language before they printed it.
I learned shorthand and typewriting, and became his secretary.
It has been edited and re-edited, it has been translated and abridged, turned into shorthand and into poetry, and published in every form imaginable, and at every price, from one penny to many pounds.
Some of the other central characteristics of the age appear in a unique book, the voluminous 'Diary' which Samuel Pepys (pronounced Peps), a typical representative of the thrifty and unimaginative citizen class, kept in shorthand for ten years beginning in 1660.
She knew no more shorthand than if she had been a graduate in stenography just let slip upon the world by a business college.
A year of school-teaching and of night-study of shorthand and typewriting had capitalized their city project and fitted them for the venture, which same venture was turning out anything but successful.
I carry papers morning and evening--there's a boy taking my route for me this afternoon--I give 'm ten cents, an' all the extras he sells is his; and I'd a-got the boat sooner only I had to pay for my shorthand lessons.
At odds and ends of time," Ezra Jennings went on, "I reproduced my shorthand notes, in the ordinary form of writing--leaving large spaces between the broken phrases, and even the single words, as they had fallen disconnectedly from Mr.
I made shorthand notes of all that she said, however, so that there should be no possibility of a mistake.
THE taxpayer is having to fork out e1/4300,000 a year for court shorthand services supplied by a private company as a result of the delayed tender process by the Department of Information Technology Services (DITS), according to Auditor-general Odysseas Michaelides.