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I would record our interview, transcribe it, and gift copies to family members.
You’ll get a “transcribing audio…” loading prompt, and then you can see the transcription on the video.
The closest companies can get to that is “authored knowledge, things that you wrote, or things that were transcribed while you were on a Zoom call.”
The genes encoded by our DNA are transcribed into snippets of RNA that venture out from the nucleus of our cells into the protein-manufacturing region.
This glass is now lost, and I transcribe the verses from a detailed description of this chateau published at Paris.
I shall, therefore, transcribe from his book some of the most important remarks bearing on this matter.
We will only transcribe from it one phrase, as explicit as it is short.
One of her first tasks was to transcribe the just written fourth act of Prometheus Unbound.
A few days afterwards I received from Diderot the note I am going to transcribe.
The answer from Grimm was slow incoming; it was singular enough, on which account I will here transcribe it.

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