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The case Lieutenant Walsh assigned to Fraser and Kowalski was as different as ptarmigan is from pemmican.


Fraser's short hand = teeline unlikely (he learnt from his grandmother)
https://buzzylittleb.livejournal.com/804464.html


<-- see quote below


[shorthand resources]

http://steno.tu-clausthal.de/Gregg.php

https://gregg-shorthand.com/2013/09/28/most-used-shorthand-words-and-phrases/

http://www.port.ac.uk/school-of-social-historical-and-literary-studies/areas-of-study/journalism/shorthand/

https://luckytoilet.wordpress.com/2010/07/09/an-introduction-to-gregg-shorthand-and-an-attempted-english-to-shorthand-converter/

http://www.omniglot.com/writing/shorthand.htm

http://gregg.angelfishy.net/s90bfs.shtml


And a quote:
Welsh: He can take notes, can't he?

Fraser: Ah, well, yes sir. In two official languages, three forms of shorthand, Cantonese, Inuktitut, . . .
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