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Pitman's and book
If he didn't meet Pitman, Severin points out that Defoe, upon submitting even a draft of a novel about a castaway to his publisher, would undoubtedly have learned about Pitman's book published by his father, especially since the interesting castaway had previously lodged with them at their former premises.

Pitman's and about
While in England, Andrews became interested in Pitman's new shorthand writing system and upon his return to the U. S. he taught and wrote about the shorthand writing system, and devised a popular system of phonographic reporting.

Pitman's and for
The two strands of action — Martha Cochrane's rise to fame and her subsequent downfall on the one hand and the launching of the project and its continuing success on the other — are intertwined when Martha applies for a job as Special Consultant in Pitman's personal staff, which she gets.
For a time in 1861 he commanded the depot at Pitman's Ferry, near Pocahontas, Arkansas, responsible for troop deployments and supplies.
Pitman's shorthand is designed to be written on lined paper and when a word's first vowel is a " first position " vowel ( i. e. it is written at the beginning of the stroke ), the whole shorthand outline for the word is written above the paper's ruled line.
* Long Live Pitman's Shorthand-A wealth of material and advice for learning Pitman's New Era

Pitman's and island
On the other hand, England, England is the story of Sir Jack Pitman's gigantic project of draining England of everything that is essentially English ( including the royals ), reassembling it on the Isle of Wight and turning that island into an independent member state of the European Union — a project which quite soon develops its own momentum and which survives its founding fathers and mothers.
This is exactly the purpose of Pitman's final project: he wants his island to epitomize everything that is truly English.

Pitman's and was
Although Pitman's method was extremely popular at first and is still commonly used, especially in the UK, its popularity has been superseded especially in the U. S. by the method developed by J. R. Gregg in 1888.
Pitman's candidacy in a riding in which the CCF was traditionally weak was seen as a test of this concept and his upset victory was used to convince the CCF and the labour movement to proceed with the founding of the New Democratic Party ( NDP ).
The original Pitman's shorthand had an " alphabet " of consonants which was later modified.
She completed a shorthand typing course at Pitman's College and was a regular dancer on the popular music TV programme Ready Steady Go!
Despite Pitman's new found political celebrity he narrowly lost his seat in the 1962 election by 500 votes, and was again defeated in the 1963 election by less than 1000 votes.

Pitman's and by
" Pitman's system uses thick and thin strokes to distinguish related sounds, while Gregg's uses only thin strokes and makes some of the same distinctions by the length of the stroke.
Common words are represented by special outlines called logograms ( or " Short Forms " in Pitman's New Era ).
Samplings of sediments in the Black Sea by a series of expeditions carried out between 1998 to 2005 in the frame of a European Project ASSEMBLAGE and coordinated by a French oceanographer, Gilles Lericolais, brought some new inputs to the Ryan and Pitman's hypothesis.

Pitman's and .
She then continued to study secretarial skills at Pitman's College, Brixton Hill.
Pitman's system has been used all over the English-speaking world and has been adapted to many other languages, including Latin.
Pitman's system uses a phonemic orthography.
Gregg's shorthand, like Pitman's, is phonetic, but has the simplicity of being " light-line.
Unlike other shorthand methods, such as Pitman's shorthand, the Speedwords method uses ordinary Roman letters to represent the semantic qualities of words rather than using new symbols.
There have been several versions of Pitman's shorthand since 1837.
For example, strokes " rer " ( heavy curved downstroke ) and " kway ", ( hooked horizontal straight stroke ) are present in Pitman's New Era, but not in Pitman's 2000.

short and book
Later, rising ninety, he was beset by publishers for the story of his life and miracles, as he put it, but, calling himself the Needy Knife-grinder, he had spent his time writing short articles and long letters and could not get even a small popular book done.
Patchen does read some of his earlier works to music, but he has written an entire book of short poems which seem to be especially suited for reading with jazz.
In his recent book, Hurray For Anything ( 1957 ), one of the most important short poems -- and it is the title poem for one of the long jazz arrangements -- is written for recital with jazz.
Will it be short stories, fiction, nonfiction, biography, poetry, children's stories, or even a book if you are really ambitious??
In short, the book, based largely on lectures delivered at Harvard University, is both reliable and readable ; ;
Some consider this more of a short story collection ; Milne didn't like it and considered The Day's Play as his first book.
The book includes some material from the short story The Salesman's Tale, and some unpublished material cut from Prince of Chaos, notably Coral's pregnancy by Merlin.
Alcott asked Niles if he would publish a book of short stories by his daughter ; instead, he suggested she write a book about girls.
This collection of short Latin verse texts and accompanying woodcuts created an entire European genre, the emblem book, which attained enormous popularity in continental Europe and Great Britain.
Generally, managers seek relative value opportunities by being both long and short municipal bonds with a duration-neutral book.
Seven of the eight scrolls originally contained the entire book of Daniel in the short form as it is in the Masoretic Text, however none have the long form as preserved in the Septuagint.
It is a rather short book, in both Jewish and Christian scripture, consisting of only four chapters.
In Christianity, the book of Obadiah is classified as a minor prophet of the Old Testament, due to its short length.
While the book is relatively short it includes lament ( 1. 8-16 ; 7. 8-10 ), theophany ( 1. 3-4 ), hymnic prayer of petition and confidence ( 7. 14-20 ), and the " covenant lawsuit " ( 6. 1-8 ), a distinct genre in which Yahweh ( God ) sues Israel for breach of contract, that is, for violation of the Sinai covenant.
" It is a short book, consisting of only two chapters.
He founded the short lived Campaign for Social Democracy ( CFSD ) thereafter, and wrote a book about events surrounding the by-election called The Future of the Left – Lincoln and After ( 1972 ).
A breviary ( from Latin brevis, ' short ' or ' concise ') is a liturgical book of the Latin liturgical rites of the Catholic Church containing the public or canonical prayers, hymns, the Psalms, readings, and notations for everyday use, especially by bishops, priests, and deacons in the Divine Office ( i. e., at the canonical hours or Liturgy of the Hours, the Christians ' daily prayer ).
However, the 1552 book was used only for a short period, since Edward VI died in the summer of 1553 and, as soon as she could do so, Mary I, restored the old religion.
In modern literature, Cockney rhyming slang is used frequently in the novels and short stories of Kim Newman, for instance in the short story collections " The Man from the Diogenes Club " ( 2006 ) and " Secret Files of the Diogenes Club " ( 2007 ), where it is explained at the end of each book.
Also, since the book is 81 short poems, there is little need for an abridgement.
In 1909, Jones wrote the short Pronunciation of English, a book which he later radically revised.
A library assigns a DDC number that unambiguously locates a particular volume to within a short length of shelving which makes it easy to find any particular book and return it to its proper place on the library shelves.

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