Lexicographical Neighbors of Stenotypy
Literary usage of Stenotypy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Boys and Girls in Commercial Work by Bertha Morton Stevens (1916)
"The period of learning shorthand and stenotypy is about equal. It is claimed that stenotypy is capable of producing greater speed than stenography. ..."
2. The Complete Phonographer: Being an Inductive Exposition of Phonography by James Eugene Munson (1868)
"stenotypy. § 250. Phonographic outlines may be represented in much smaller space, and with far less expense, by the letters of the ordinary printing ..."
3. The Complete Phonographer and Reporter's Guide: An Inductive Exposition of by James Eugene Munson (1882)
"... thus, J_ Eah, VJ^ lo. This sign is called the Nominal Consonant, and it is used by some in correspondence in writing initials of names. stenotypy. ..."
4. Burnz' Phonic Shorthand, for Schools, Business Writing and Reporting by Eliza Boardman Burnz (1901)
"... of short-hand characters and outlines by type letters is called stenotypy. It is of great use in illustrating Phonographic text-books and literature. ..."
5. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1914)
"The system of stenotypy is based on the omission of all silent letters and on the ... The machine is sold only to students who take a course in stenotypy in ..."
6. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1919)
"... representative of the college who secured the contract stated that it would require nine months to take the course, including bookkeeping and stenotypy, ..."
7. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"French, Spanish (elective) 5 Physics (elective) 5 Economics, commercial law, and local industries 6 Shorthand or stenotypy (elective) 5 Typewriting ..."