O'Keefe thinks it's a form of "guerrilla theater" and that journalists in America tend to do a lot of "stenography."
Others are taught nursing, bookkeeping, stenography, dentistry.
If you want me to, I'll go at stenography and typewriting at once.
They had gone to the same commercial school, and were trained particularly in stenography and typing.
But I don't know a blooming thing about stenography or typewriting.
I do want to learn how to do something to support myself, and stenography is so—abominably dull.
What she ought to do is to take a course in stenography and shorthand.
The remarks made on the occasion were as follows, verbatim et literatem, for I recorded them in stenography at the time.
One of the modes of escape which he attempted was stenography.
And to all of them she—who was going to be rich and powerful, directly she was good for one hundred words a minute at stenography!