None vs Noon

Why is the word “none” written as “n-u-n” in Anniversary and  Pre-anniversary dictionaries and in 5000 Must Used Shorthand Forms.  In compound words “none” is always written “n-o-n”, so I would think that for consistency, as well as to differentiate from “noon”, none should always be written “n-o-n”.  A snapshot from the dictionary appears below. …

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Bible in Gregg Shorthand

Members of the Gregg Shorthand Blog: I, Shaleto, humbly greet you as you are my de facto senior colleagues in this blog. It is a joy, indeed, to become a part of such a special group, a community of writers and aspirants to writers, people who are curious, who want to listen and want to…

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