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77 example sentences with  typist

77 example sentences with typist

They'll want to know everything, from where you get your clothes and what cigarettes you smoke, to how you like best to do your work and what complexioned typist you prefer.

The typists ain't much, as a rule.

Of course it does;an alphabet of two characters matched against one of twenty-six,or of forty-odd, as the very odd one of the phono-typists employs!

Phipps welcomed him without any particular enthusiasm, but promptly dismissed the typist to whom he had been dictating.

"Considering," Sarah rejoined with dignity, "that there are seventeen other clerks, besides office boys and typists, and Jimmy has a room to himself, that doesn't seem likely.

You will not even engage typists or install a telephone in your office without weighing up fairly carefully the number of typists or the number of switches that it is worth your while to have.

You will not even engage typists or install a telephone in your office without weighing up fairly carefully the number of typists or the number of switches that it is worth your while to have.

And in deciding whether to employ say, five typists, or six, you will not vaguely lump the services of the whole six typists together, and consider whether as a whole they are worth to you the wages you must give them.

And in deciding whether to employ say, five typists, or six, you will not vaguely lump the services of the whole six typists together, and consider whether as a whole they are worth to you the wages you must give them.

You will, in the most direct and literal manner, weigh up the additional benefit you would derive from a sixth typist, and if that does not seem to you equivalent to her wage, you will not engage her, however essential it may be to you to have one or two typists in your office.

You will, in the most direct and literal manner, weigh up the additional benefit you would derive from a sixth typist, and if that does not seem to you equivalent to her wage, you will not engage her, however essential it may be to you to have one or two typists in your office.

If on the other hand, the utility of having a sixth typist seems to you worth much more than her pay, the chances are that you will be well advised to consider the employment of a seventh.

And so, where you stop employing further typists, the utility to you of the last one, of the "marginal typist" as it were, is unlikely to differ greatly from her pay.

And so, where you stop employing further typists, the utility to you of the last one, of the "marginal typist" as it were, is unlikely to differ greatly from her pay.

Commodities like bread, sugar, or privately owned motor-cars are sometimes called "consumers' goods" in contrast to "producers' goods," which comprise things such as raw materials, machinery, the services of typists and so forth, which are bought by business men for business purposes.

composition, authorship; cacoethes scribendi [Lat.]; graphoidea^, graphomania^; phrenoia^. writer, scribe, amanuensis, scrivener, secretary, clerk, penman, copyist, transcriber, quill driver; stenographer, typewriter, typist; writer for the press &c (author) 593.

She had become during the past year quite an expert typist, and therefore to her the Baronet entrusted the replies, always impressing upon her the need of absolute secrecy, even from her mother.

There's calm in the City, A hush in Whitehall A thousand fair typists Have answered the call.

Those my typist can read.

There also went the confidential secretaries, the clerks and shorthand typists, in their hundreds; degreeless, brainless beings, but wise in their generation.

'I wish I was a shorthand typist,' Jane grumbled, brooding with Katherine over their fire.

I quarrelled all round; with Peacock about the paper, with my typist about her punctuation, with my family about my sister's engagement.

*** The young lady who, on receiving a proposal of marriage over the telephone last week, replied, "Yes, who's speaking?" turns out to be an ex-typist recently demobilised from the Air Ministry.

And, if widower Ditmar, man of iron, for whom the Chippering Mill is his second and abiding mate, be no hero, Janet, his typist, has the makings of a notable heroine.

Parliament is not sitting, but there is, unfortunately, no truth in the report that in order to provide billets for 5,000 new typists and incidentally to win the War, the Government has commandeered the Houses of Parliament.

*** A defendant in a County Court case heard in London last week stated in his evidence that two of his daughters were working and the other was a typist at the Peace Conference.

"I should have preferred to have had the copying done by a typist accredited by the county clerk," said Mr. Clark coolly.

My typist weeps for hours and hours: I took her for her weeping powers They so delight my business hours.

Patricia Marion Caldecott Frere (C); 24Sep54; R136244. The typist who saw things.

<pb id='203.png' /> BOWMAN, WALLACE B. Letter writing for typists.

SWEET, FRED A. Handbook for writers, editors and typists.

Patricia Marion Caldecott Frere (C); 24Sep54; R136244. The typist who saw things.

<pb id='203.png' /> BOWMAN, WALLACE B. Letter writing for typists.

SWEET, FRED A. Handbook for writers, editors and typists.

*** A typist recently fell from a moving train on the Isle of Wight railway, but was able to get up and walk towards her destination.

AS PORTRAYED BY OUR TYPIST ON HER MACHINE.] * * * * *

His travelling entourage comprises a brace of highly-trained typists, a librarian, the Keeper of the Paper-knife and a faithful stenographer known as "Boswell," who is pledged to miss none of the Master's dicta.

The classes already mentioned have, until the present year (1913), been recruited solely for the Post Office, but the class of Women Typists, numbering about 600, are a Treasury Class, and are common to the whole Civil Service, the conditions of entry varying according to the Department.

In the Post Office alone, are Typists recruited by open competitive examination.

No higher positions are open to Typists anywhere, no matter how good their qualifications and educational equipment.

The Association of Civil Service Typists claim some avenue of promotion to clerical work in the Departments in which they serve.

There is a woman running a typing office in the City who hires out shorthand typists at this figure to business firms.

The manager of a business in Manchester, who employs five shorthand typists, pays them from 15s.

a week as the beginning salary for an expert shorthand typist, and this may be regarded as the present Trade Union rate.

Although typists of all grades have multiplied by thousands during the past twenty yearsin London alone there are over 25,000 women clerks and secretariesthere is still need for adequate inspection of sanitary accommodation for women workers of this class.

In giving evidence before the Royal Commission, in May last year, concerning the conditions of employment and their effect on the health of Civil Service female typists and shorthand writers, Miss Charlesworth, Honorary Secretary of the Civil Service Typists' Association, said: "The statistics as regards sickness relating to our class are almost too small to be of very much use....

In giving evidence before the Royal Commission, in May last year, concerning the conditions of employment and their effect on the health of Civil Service female typists and shorthand writers, Miss Charlesworth, Honorary Secretary of the Civil Service Typists' Association, said: "The statistics as regards sickness relating to our class are almost too small to be of very much use....

There was a sort of compulsion, too, to work overtime; some of the best typists, occasionally even stayed all night during excessive rushes of work.

There seems to be no inspection, and there is no law to say how many typists may be worked together, or what limit of noise shall be endured by them.

There were some shorthand typists whose training cost them only that initial guinea and the fees of the supplementary course of evening classes, 5s.

Of the girl typists and shorthand writers who resigned from the Civil Service from 1894 to 1906 for various causes, 17 per cent.

One woman writes: "If the various firms and professions who employ girls as typists were to give them an insight into the business, whatever it might be, it would add enormously to the enthusiasm of the worker.

The wonderful Miss Alice Duckin, the lady skyscraper builder, was once a typist.

There is one firm of lawyers in London who allow their typists to attend the Law Courts, and give them work to do which is usually reserved for men.

It seems that the typists are allowed 9d.

Yes, we have many times asked the Treasury to allow the department to pay for more, but so far as I know, in no case has it been allowed, and at this present time (May 1912), in the London Telephone Service all shorthand-typists and typists and superintendents are doing a great deal of overtime, but only 15 hours in a month of 4 weeks is paid for.

Yes, we have many times asked the Treasury to allow the department to pay for more, but so far as I know, in no case has it been allowed, and at this present time (May 1912), in the London Telephone Service all shorthand-typists and typists and superintendents are doing a great deal of overtime, but only 15 hours in a month of 4 weeks is paid for.

The only reason, apparently, for the limitation is that the salaries are so close that if shorthand-typists were paid for more overtime than 15 hours they would be earning more than the superintendents."

A girl who hopes to become something more than a shorthand-typist ought not to scamp her professional training: this should, of course, follow her school-coursei.e., not begin until she is seventeen or eighteen.

From these sharks, These mild-looking typists and clerks, May Heaven defend you.

I'm the champion one-handed typist of the United States Army.

We stepped back into Bohun's room and, if I had had any anxieties, they would at once, I think, have been reassured by the unemotional figure of Bohun's typist, a gay young woman with peroxide hair, who was typing away as though for her very life.

We were all on the balcony by nowthe stout Burrows, Peroxide, and another lady typist, Watson, the thin and most admirable secretary (he held the place together by his diligence and order), two Russian clerks, Henry, and I. We all leaned over the railings and looked down into the street beneath us.

Mr. Burrows," said the little typist, who was not Peroxide.

What about your beautiful Russian mystic now?" "Oh dear!" cried the little Russian typist.

For that matter, the skilled and advanced occultist is able to function on the astral plane by simply shifting his consciousness from one plane to another, as the typist shifts from the small letters of the keyboard to the capital letters, by a mere pressure on the shift-key of the typewriter.

So Dostoyevsky dictated the novel in only 26 days to his typist and later wife Anna.

The typist had to stop and unstick the typebars with his hands.

Gotto began work as a typist at the Department of Immigration, but left after a few months to work for a private firm.

Grand Hotel as the typist and would-be-movie-star Flaemmchen, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award.

Its like a phenomenally good typist - doesnt mean they can write a good book.

Justice Pisirai said he would issue judgment soon as currently, most of the court typists were on vacation.

Now, all four keys are half-height, so you can more easily find them, even with your eyes closed or, more likely, if youโ€™re a typist who likes to keep their eyes on the screen as much as possible.

There Mrs. Ginsburg, despite scoring high on the civil service exam, could only get a job as a typist, and when she became pregnant, she lost even that job.

True, but those writers are regarded as anachronistic exceptions, and even top-tier typists aren't capable of the efficiency of working on a computer, from a simple reproducibility perspective if from no other.

During her time at the University, she held several positions including typist, admissions secretary, director of admissions and enrolment, and assistant registrar.

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