shorthand typist


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shorthand typist

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(Professions) Brit a person skilled in the use of shorthand and in typing. US and Canadian name: stenographer

shorthand typist

stenographer
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shorthand typist - someone skilled in the transcription of speech (especially dictation)shorthand typist - someone skilled in the transcription of speech (especially dictation)
secretarial assistant, secretary - an assistant who handles correspondence and clerical work for a boss or an organization
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shorthand typist

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Margery worked as a shorthand typist at Rover, while Kenneth was an RAF pilot.
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Her service with HQ21 as a shorthand typist started with her posting direct from the training centre in 1943 and continued until she was demoilised in the utumn of 1946.
Miss Joyce Brocklebank, a shorthand typist from Birkenhead, was at Buckingham Palace to receive her MBE from the Queen.
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By the 1960s the company was a successful Stocktonbased building contractor with its premises on Church Road - a place Maureen Quick, formerly Hollifield, nee Hoy, enjoyed working as a shorthand typist between 1965-67.
She moved into the Wheeley's Road YWCA in August the following year and worked as a shorthand typist.
A secretarial training course at Coventry Technical College landed Pat her first job as a shorthand typist at Daimler, where she met her husband Bill.
Having sung in church choirs, he might have entered a seminary--both parents had close connections with the church, and an uncle became a cardinal, but it seems that after a less than glittering spell at Catholic school, where he cut classes to follow his musical vocation (he was expelled), his fate was to become a shorthand typist.
She went on to become a shorthand typist and worked at the Ministry of Power during the Second World War.
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