Seems like there should be briefs for 'that you're aware of' and 'that you know of.'  Anyone use anything?

 

I write 'is there anything' as STHRIG and 'is there anything that' is 'STRIGT' but I'd like to take care of both those phrases with one stroke if possible and am having trouble coming up with something.

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I would probably write THAEFR for "that you're aware of" and THAUFN for "that you know of."  Haven't really thought of phrases for those two, but now that you mention it, I'm going to try to incorporate them.  I do the STHRIG for "is there anything" as well, but did not think of adding the "that" at the end.  I also write STHRILGS for "is there anything else."

Sam

Ooo, good one for 'is there anything else'!

 

THAEFR I have in my dict for 'that he ever' but I doubt I've ever used it.  For some reason, I have never been able to get into the habit of briefing phrases with pronouns.  I don't know why but it just won't come to me.  Other than "I don't remember" and "I don't know" of course.

THAUFN - that you know of

THA*UFR - that you're aware of  

THAUFR - that you ever

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