Definition of Stenotyping
1. stenotype [v] - See also: stenotype
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stenotyping
Literary usage of Stenotyping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Shorthand Writer (1886)
"... showing the Lord's Prayer in stenotyping, wil serv to ... in the use of stenotyping is that the user is only half of the outfit. ..."
2. Self-surveys by Colleges and Universities by William Harvey Allen (1917)
"... for credit but for widening their working horizon; stenotyping is taught, not for mental discipline, but to increase rapidly the supply of stenotypists. ..."
3. The Girl and the Job by Helen Christene Hoerle, Florence B.. Saltzberg (1919)
"By using combinations of letters, this machine records a kind of stenography on the typewriter. stenotyping may be studied in connection with typewriting, ..."
4. The Cosmic Relations and Immortality by Henry Holt (1919)
"These features of the language are not always consistent, but some allowance must be made for the stenotyping, and probably, as in most cases, ..."
5. Suggestion Note-book: Prepared Especially for Teachers Visiting Foreign Schools by Frederick Alwin King (1908)
"Methods and machinery of business. 19. Phonography, Shorthand or Stenography. 20. Precis. 21. stenotyping. 22. Typewriting. ..."
6. Directory of Opportunities for the Vocational Training of Women in the State by Mary Ellis Thompson (1919)
"... term One year stenotyping Courses BECKLEY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Market Square, Harrisburg DORNEY AMERICAN COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Seventh and Hamilton Streets, ..."