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Transcribe

To take dictation of speech and put it into an electronic or written format. Transcription businesses are common in the legal and medical fields; for example, one may hire a company to transcribe court records.
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* An automated quality-assurance check was integrated into the Excel template to generate a monthly total based on the daily values transcribed. Comparison against the monthly totals recorded on the original sheet provided students a basic quality check to ensure transcribed monthly totals were consistent with the originals (Fig.
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For instance, in Leigh and Barclay's (2000) pilot study of 5 teachers serving students who read braille, the teachers reported that they regularly transcribed some materials themselves.
This Arioso by Bach is a famous one originally a solo for oboe and strings in Cantata 156 (I Stand with One Foot in the Grave), it has been transcribed for virtually every instrument and even voices (one of my favorites was heard live at a performance by the Swingle Singers).
This is NOT a voice recognition system; all data is transcribed by real people--eliminating the errors inherent in voice recognition technology.
These 50 examples are transcribed note for note from the superbly recorded audio CD.
The study itself, incidentally, may not "be reproduced or transcribed in any form without permission of the publishers."
First structured as a course and then transcribed into a book, this is an excellent introductory text into the theological viewpoint of the Human Genome Project.
All focus groups were audio recorded and all recordings were later transcribed.
RNA molecules transcribed from these genes don't get translated into protein.
SECRET tapes recorded by a Wrexham fan will be transcribed at an estimated pounds 3,000 cost as the legal wrangle over their contents continues.
Notovitch eventually persuaded a monk to read from these documents, and as an interpreter translated, Notovitch transcribed. The resulting text resembles the Gnostic Gospels, and offer remarkable insights--they portray Jesus as angering the priests of Brahma due to his teachings that all humans are equal regardless of caste, and as one who claimed that within each person resides "a part of the spirit of the Most High".