They probably presumed it was as a typist, the kiss of death.
In 1970, Nussbaum was working as a typist and office clerk in Boston.
The Varmilo VA87M feels very responsive, though I am quite a heavy typist.
Again, this is annoying and will slow down a fast typist, but some users will find it a boon.
Ruth, who escaped even a prison sentence, was probably the typist.
But few think the former typist, without liberation-war credentials, is made of the right stuff.
Geraldine was earning a living as a shorthand-typist, a skill her practical-minded mother had insisted she acquire.
Smart Compose might help smartphone users, but it’s worse than useless if you’re a touch-typist with a proper keyboard.
If you were a fast typist – even the two-fingered type – then programs such as MindReader were more annoying than helpful.
One of them was Nussbaum's university friend, Ellen Cassedy, another clerk typist who was sick of the way she was being treated.
Even before Wilde sent his manuscript to the typist, then, he was hesitating over its homoerotic content, and especially over the pages devoted to Basil’s desire.
Besides, he added, it was “wonderful” what mistakes a professional typist could make, and “in this book there is the difficulty that it contains a lot of neologisms”.
Many women learned to type in order to secure higher-paying jobs in an office as a secretary or a typist in a clerical office, rather than having to work in a factory.
Bol, a Chinese intellectual historian, started depending on computers as a graduate student at Princeton, in the late nineteen-seventies, because he was a sloppy typist.
In the excerpts, the typist said she had not kept a copy of the novel – perhaps sparing the blushes of a leader who has promised to clean up French politics and restore the dignity of the presidency.
The exhibit was also a tribute to the analog—longhand first drafts, scribbled revisions with notes in red to his longtime typist (“Carol—don’t miss the ¶ here”), handwritten exhortations to himself (“commas matter”).
But if I become “the phone-checker” (like Eliot’s “typist” in The Waste Land, the action absorbing identity) I know that I’ve got a crappy block of pink plastic in a drawer that can always bring me back to the real world.
Job positions included that of a typist, secretary to the stars and executive secretary, costume designer, seamstress, telephone operator, hairdresser, script girl, film retoucher, title writer, publicity writer, musician, film editor, director, and producer, among others.
After graduation from high school in 1915, she studied medicine for two years at the University of Southern California, but, disillusioned with the medical profession, she dropped out of school and was hired as a typist for Famous Players–Lasky Corporation (later Paramount Pictures).
So he swallowed that injustice and the indignities of racial discrimination and segregation that dogged the rest of his service, including three years as a typist with the 242nd Quartermaster Battalion, which supplied the front lines in some of the fiercest battles in Italy and northern Africa.
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