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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stenograph.

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Examples

  • The Stupak Amendment slams women back to a time of stenographs and unsafe abortions.

    Taylor Marsh: Nancy's Compromise

  • I remember I saw the reporters’ room, in which they redact their hasty stenographs, but the editor’s rooms, and who is in it, I did not see, though I shared the curiosity of mankind respecting it.

    XV. English Traits

  • I remember, I saw the reporters 'room, in which they redact their hasty stenographs, but the editor's room, and who is in it, I did not see, though I shared the curiosity of mankind respecting it.

    English Traits (1856)

  • Instead the specialist literature only raises questions about each indicator which need to be resolved prior to using them as temperature proxies at all, let alone considering them as uniquely accurate stenographs of the world’s temperature history.

    Juckes and the Pea under the Thimble (#1) « Climate Audit

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