What are CATapult’s lexicons?
A lexicon is an alphabetical listing of words. The plural of ‘lexicon’ is lexica or lexicons.
Lexica, as used here with CATapultdix.com, have been organized to assist court reporters, broadcast captioners, and CART captioners to create specific word topics, specialized glossaries.
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CATapult v2: files that are large will be split, so the average lexicon will contain lists that may run hundreds of words, up to, or over, 1,200. When topics, files, greatly exceed the average number, each will be available in a numbered format.
Smaller CATapult lexicons are being organized with other lexicons to give a full $16.00 value.
Hundreds of CATapult 2.0 lexicons are now available from CATapultdix.com.
Have an expert witness in a depo or court? Have a depo or trial with a new topic?
Have a broadcast captioning or CART captioning assignment that needs a specific topic?
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