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Use of the word 'Stenotype'
I have a UK marriage certificate dated 1873 and a birth certificate dated 1874 where the occupation is dated as 'stenotyper'. So the word must have been in use if only limited to business/government circles. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 09:28, 10 June 2014 (UTC)
Section on chords is unclear
Some of the sounds in the table are unclear ("final nj" presumably means as in "sponge", but no example is given; surely "final rve" should be "final rv" [as in "serve"]); in particular, the vowel names are ambiguous. Can IPA be added (or used instead of the vague letter combinations given) to indicate exactly what sounds are referred to?
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