bell book

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Noun1.bell book - a logbook in which all orders concerning the main engines of a ship are recordedbell book - a logbook in which all orders concerning the main engines of a ship are recorded
logbook - a book in which the log is written
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An old wedding album she finds at Bell Book & Candle acts as an ancient map of sorts.
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John Mooney (NYC & DC) - Rising Star Sustainability Chef, Bell Book & Candle
My favourite Bell book, Karamojo Safari, was published in 1949, which was by then after his hunting career and near the end of his life.
in Dublin, Plugd in Cork and the Bell Book & Candle in Galway.
Reader had no set list and instead took requests from the packed-out audience, who were treated to stunning performances of Kiteflyer's Hill, Bell Book and Candle, Wolves, and Patience of Angels.
Politics may have retreated from the grand schemes of the 1960s and 1980s, but culturally and socially the landscape has changed beyond recognition, due in large measure to the transformation of the American economy from an industrial to a post-industrial, information-based one (the subject-matter of yet another Bell book, The Coming of Post-Industrial Society).
It's a shame because the Blair Internet session coincided with the Mary Bell book controversy, and our leader was able to tell everyone how he felt about that.
The proposition of an alternative to the Bell book arises from the 1984 AT&T divestiture ruling, which mandated separate Bell companies be created from AT&T to allow more competition in the telephone business.
When Sereny's Mary Bell book Cries Unheard came out earlier this year, Straw said he did not believe criminals, including Bell, Thompson and Venables, should be allowed to profit from their crimes.