Origin of steno
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Origin of steno-
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Origin of steno.
How to use steno in a sentence
But surely the change would have happened had she never emerged from the steno pool.
Fortunately, by then he was in England carrying a steno pad, not in Tunisia hauling a howitzer.The Story of the American Journalists Who Landed on D-Day|Timothy M. Gay|June 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Steno first proved the heart to be a muscle that contracts actively and expels the blood.An Epitome of the History of Medicine|Roswell Park
Steno was rightly considered in his own time as one of the greatest of anatomical discoverers.Catholic Churchmen in Science|James J. Walsh
Genevieve—that yella-headed steno—was married last month to Henry, the shipping clerk.Roast Beef, Medium|Edna Ferber
And that poor Alba Steno, that child of twenty, whom they drag through these improper intrigues!
But it was unnecessary to mention it, for, situated as he was, Countess Steno would gladly have accepted him as a son-in-law.