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1. The art or process of writing in shorthand.
2. Material transcribed in shorthand.

sten′o·graph′ic (stĕn′ə-grăf′ĭk), sten′o·graph′i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) adj.
sten′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.stenographic - of or relating to or employing stenography
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He and I sometimes write letters in shorthand, and he is keeping a stenographic journal of his travels abroad.
In a nearby room they found a bench and table and there Gahan sat and wrote in the strange, stenographic characters of Martian script a message to Floran of Gathol.
Our state prosecutors are not obligated to listen to congressional hearings," he said, adding that the complainants should have asked for a transcript or stenographic notes of Espinosa's confession and attached it to their complaint.
The hand-written record is far slower to produce than a stenographic record.
The Information, Complaint-Affidavit, and Attached Affidavits, and TSNs (Transcript of Stenographic Notes), all miserably fail to provide the existence of drugs that was allegedly attempted to be sold or was actually sold by the accused.
1837: Isaac Pitman's stenographic sound-hand, the first shorthand system, was published, price 4d.
The British Stenographic Journal of February 21, 1879, reported that Hermann Klein, an experienced German observer, had discovered a deep and conspicuous new crater near the Hyginus Rille (known today as Rima Hyginus).
After experimenting with post-impressionism and cubism, I became known as a Fauvist and developed the style known as stenographic.
For one thing, the large selection of early drawings and paintings on view would have made for a highly informative show in its own right; the exhibition featured major early paintings such as Stenographic Figure, ca.
Court Reporter: The person sitting at the stenographic machine, (name), is the court reporter.
In a simple language and stenographic characters, Sabah Naim creates a charming and ambiguous world," says acclaimed artist Mohamed Abla, describing the primitively composed flowers Naim features in her works.
Stenographic transcripts of lectures, 5th-17th August, 1923.