Those attending are the White House correspondents, their average age surprisingly young, whose job - though involving some exotic travel and hobnobbing - tends toward a form of stenography .
She graduated from the renowned Boston's Girls' High School and shortly thereafter pursued stenography for a livelihood.
He informed people of the importance of Urdu stenography and Urdu computer software.
Unlike most other crimes, it is technically possible for a spy to encrypt, hide evidence using stenography , or both, and even completely delete all traces of evidence that was once on media.
They sought a white-collar and clerical staff capable of using the latest office machinery, with modern office skills (such as stenography and typing), polished grammar, and some mathematical prowess.
Its first students studied ‘commercial skills’ such as typing and stenography .
When she returned home to Carlisle, Pennsylvania, she enrolled immediately in a local commercial college and a year later, after learning typing and stenography , sent out applications.
The chore of stenography , however, was open to both men and women in the beginning.
Barely 12 or 13 inmates had turned up during 1998-2003 for tailoring and stenography .
The speed and accuracy of stenography make it ideally suited to capturing the fast, and unpredictable, output of live broadcasts.