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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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The study presented here was part of a larger project that focused on braille transcribing by public school personnel in Texas (Herzberg & Stough, 2007, 2009).
It aims to define transcribing and outline progress being made by NZNO and others to address problems members are experiencing with transcribing.
-- Transcribing call center conversations to monitor for specific phrases
In a comprehensive study of transcribing in Texas, the most used training options, in order of frequency, were the NLS correspondence course, on-the-job training by teachers of students with visual impairments, braille courses sponsored by Education Service Centers, and college courses (Texas Education Agency, 2000).
In assembling this new edition, he has done an excellent job of compiling and transcribing not only the proceso itself, but also some never before published correspondence regarding Fray Luis between the tribunal in Valladolid and the Suprema in Madrid.
Most jazz educators and jazz instruction books recommend transcribing to develop aural and improvisational skills.
But in retrospect, that appearance might have been deceiving: Warhol always tended to romanticize his Americana subjects more than he let on, and Basquiat preferred to play the caustic outsider, but both were concerned with transcribing the noise of the culture.
Kornberg and his colleagues at Stanford University School of Medicine suggests that other proteins link with RNA polymerase and form a different sort of holoenzyme that then starts transcribing DNA.
The dreams occurred less frequently in the spring and summer of 1588 but returned quite regularly by the fall and at some point Allende hired the twenty-eight-year-old scholar Diego de Vitores Texeda to take over the work of transcribing them, which in the beginning Mendoza appears to have been doing personally.