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- adj. Of or pertaining to stenography
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- adj. Of or pertaining to stenography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to stenography; shorthand.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or employing stenography
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TP U BG, which supposedly means “FUCK” in stenographic shorthand, or SHTHPNS), it may not discriminate based on viewpoint (for instance, because ARYAN-1 conveys a “message of racial superiority”), nor may it use standards that are so vague that they can be a cloak for viewpoint discrimination (e.g., a “contrary to public policy” standard).
She and Nancy corresponded daily in the "pothooks," as Jennie Bruce called the stenographic signs.
This week, the stenographic coverage our "leaders" count on features the administration's proposed $1.1 trillion in ten years deficit reduction versus the House Republicans' battles to shave up to $100 billion from this year's spending.
They have to be clear and stop waffling or getting suckered into invented Republican arguments and claims which the stenographic mass media facilitates all the time.
I followed the Nixon Watergate stories breathlessly, but the Post has become much too comfortable with error and slipshod (stenographic) reporting.
Media lapdogs are marked by stenographic tendencies, sympathetic frames and a reliance on industry jargon.
But it's treated rather blithely in a stenographic US media, with little attention to its substance or peril.
Not only is "Sins of the Mother" supremely well made, but the dialogue is so believable as to border on the stenographic: "You don't like Boston?"
However, it came from real journalists who were willing to do investigative work, not from "journalists" who rely on the stenographic/ass-kiss model of reporting and who comprise the majority of the D.C. press corps.
If you are rooted in access and stenographic journalism, as parts of (but not all of) the Prospect is, there's a natural tendency to treat more gently those whose access you rely on.