As you may know, a pangram is a sentence that uses every letter of a language's alphabet at least once. A common example is "a quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."
I was wondering if anyone has composed pangrams using the basic Gregg alphabet, however you might define that. (Would you want to include both over-th and under-th? Would you feel compelled to include blends such as ten, dem, ent and pent? )
I googled but couldn't find pangrams for any symbol shorthand systems.