In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1taquigrafía feminineestenografía feminine
- Its first students studied ‘commercial skills’ such as typing and stenography.
- The chore of stenography, however, was open to both men and women in the beginning.
- It's called a stenotype machine, and it's also used for captioning television broadcasts and general office stenography.
- She graduated from the renowned Boston's Girls' High School and shortly thereafter pursued stenography for a livelihood.
- Those attending are the White House correspondents, their average age surprisingly young, whose job - though involving some exotic travel and hobnobbing - tends toward a form of stenography.
- They sought a white-collar and clerical staff capable of using the latest office machinery, with modern office skills (such as stenography and typing), polished grammar, and some mathematical prowess.
- The speed and accuracy of stenography make it ideally suited to capturing the fast, and unpredictable, output of live broadcasts.
- He informed people of the importance of Urdu stenography and Urdu computer software.
- Unlike most other crimes, it is technically possible for a spy to encrypt, hide evidence using stenography, or both, and even completely delete all traces of evidence that was once on media.
- The other young stars, judging by their paucity of further credits, apparently used the film as a springboard to careers in such varied fields as stenography, dental hygiene, and automotive repair.
- While a young adult, she teaches herself stenography, which will become one of the primary means of sustaining herself for the rest of her life.
- Barely 12 or 13 inmates had turned up during 1998-2003 for tailoring and stenography.
- When she returned home to Carlisle, Pennsylvania, she enrolled immediately in a local commercial college and a year later, after learning typing and stenography, sent out applications.
- Born near London, England, Insull learned stenography, emigrated to America, and landed a job in 1880 as the personal secretary of Thomas Edison.
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