Throughout the 1870s and 1880s Marie was teaching shorthand
or phonography to thousands of students across the city, first at the Perry Barr Institute, and later at the Institutes in Harborne and Moseley, as well as at the BMI, the Blue Coat School and other schools across the West Midlands.
Pitman again visited Liverpool in December 1859 when he met shorthand
devotees at the YMCA in Renshaw Street.
FAREWELL: In Court 1 at Teesside Crown Court, shorthand
note takers who are being replaced by computers, pictured with Judge Fox
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, the mGive TextApp is completely free to use.
We were tasked with taking down what he said in perfect shorthand
and then transcribing it word for word in longhand.
There are also implications for employers using this shorthand
He gave us lots of information about journalism as a career, especially telling us about some of the special skills needed to be a good reporter; he then wrote a message in shorthand
and told us the importance of accuracy.
He left to go on a travel assignment as a shorthand
writer for American scientists Fowler and Wells, who he met while they were visiting Huddersfield on a lecture tour.
If the ground turns soft we won't run Promising Lead, but it would be perfect for Shorthand
as all the family love it.
The word sudoku is shorthand
Japanese for "only single numbers allowed.
Colson introduced students to a new language on their first day in shorthand
With that shorthand
, the judge was saying she knew full well this bill keynoted an under-the-table deal neither the mayor nor the governor has been willing to admit.