I think this is the output from a court stenography machine, which
produces a 'shorthand' form of language. See http://www.stenograph.com/
to see if there are tools to translate it out to natural language.
On 5/23/2012 12:27 PM, LeVan,Ralph wrote:
> Looks like baloney to me. I wouldn't touch it.
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> .sgstn stenograph stenonote record of the public meeting?... [see other
> How do you get plain language, plain English out of the .sgstn
> stenonote record of the public meeting of Boston City Council ?...
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