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Hugh Newell Jacobsen’s work could be difficult to characterize and often left critics floundering for shorthand descriptions.
Since then, GameStop has become shorthand for short investors getting “squeezed” as they scramble to cover their losses.
Users celebrated their “tendies,” a shorthand for chicken tenders that meant profits.
So employers might consider the idea of hiring immigrants as shorthand for hiring people who’ve worked outside traditional systems to advance, who’ve grappled with trauma or uncertainty, who’ve seen some life.
They should only be used as a shorthand for personnel, not necessarily for a formation.
The term Alexandria has become shorthand for the triumph of ignorance over the very essence of civilization.
By this new species of shorthand we might have embodied this very article in half a dozen sprightly etchings!
Is it possible that money orders could be sent to someone just by using initials or some shorthand name?
WARREN COMMISSION (10 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. X (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
He takes the precaution to station a shorthand writer in a concealed part of the room.
It seems strangely like old times to me to be making these jottings in Pitman's shorthand.

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