n.1.A tablet; a notebook.
Put into your tablebook whatever you judge worthy.
- Dryden.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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McGillicuddy is hoping to launch his new genre next year with an exhibition, a web- site and possibly even a coffee tablebook.
Beyond these sets both Dublin, Trinity College MS 413 (three partbooks containing French and English theater music by Lully, Grabu, Banister, Robert Smith, Thomas Bullamore, and others) [27] and Washington, Library of Congress MS M2.1/.L9/Case (a book of trios in tablebook format with ascriptions to Grabu and Godfrey Finger) provide a record of a related repertory in three parts, including three-part reductions of works originally composed for four or five parts.