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web·log

 (wĕb′lôg′, -lŏg′)
n.
A blog.

[web + log, a record.]

weblog

(ˈwɛbˌlɒɡ)
n
(Computer Science) the full name for blog
ˈwebˌlogger n
Translations
Weblog
bloc-noteswebjournal

weblog

[ˈweblɒg] N (Internet) → weblog f

weblog

[ˈwɛblɒg] nblog m, blogue m
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net have recorded almost 2 million visitors per month in the weblog.
Although most learners recognized the value of a blog, the majority (95%) rarely or never utilize the EFL learning resources available for self-study via permanent links in the margins of a weblog.
The first weblog was built by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN, the European particle Physics Laboratory.
The study, in which preservice teachers volunteered to use a weblog for their personal reflection while completing a teacher preparation program, is then briefly explained.
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By personally selecting fifty weblogs randomly at "Persianblog," the first Persian weblog service provider and one of the biggest Iranian online communities, reveals that a majority of thirty-eight weblogs do not discuss politics at all or just a little.
Students and teachers at the school were becoming upset by the messages, and, as Lehmann wrote on his Weblog, "we saw a creeping loss of a sense of safety" at the school.
And reason's weblog, Hit & Run, got an honorable mention in the Group Weblog competition.
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After my profile of the blogger Markos Moulitsas appeared in our January/February issue ("Kos Call"), Moulitsas wrote a post on his weblog challenging some of the facts in my piece, and in many instances he turned out to be fight.
The web-based Logistics Integrated Database (WebLIDB), WebLOG and the Integrated Logistics Analysis Program (ILAP) all had avid fans.