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And in this yard stenogs, bundle boys, scrubwomen, sit on the tombstones, and walk on the grass of graves, speaking of war and weather, of babies, wages and love.
Also his light and frivolous way of chuckin 'zippy lady stenogs under the chin and callin' 'em "Dearie" didn't help his standin 'any.
Used to be one of our stenogs until she went into war work.
You know that style of lid ain't worn a great deal by our Broadway stenogs.
He used to dictate letters -- said he couldn't trust the public stenogs in the hotels; and one day he gave me that letter to copy.
Anyway, Nagle isn’t encouraged in the general office and the medical stenogs are kept pretty busy, so there isn’t much time for hanky-panky.