day book


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Noun1.day book - the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police stationday book - the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police station
written account, written record - a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
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Snagsby's letters; to private researches in the day book and ledger, till, cash-box, and iron safe; to watchings at windows, listenings behind doors, and a general putting of this and that together by the wrong end.
They looked up the transaction in their day book and letter book, and at once telephoned to their King's Cross office for more details.
The Great Mouse Plot: A World Book Day Book Title by Roald Dahl 4.
To get started on their reading journey, Dame Allan's pupils will receive a PS1 book token that can be exchanged for a special PS1 World Book Day book.
e vouchers entitle under-18s to either one World Book Day Book from this year's range or PS1 o a book or audio book worth PS2.
Several million schoolchildren in Great Britain were given a PS1 special World Book Day Book Token which could be redeemed against any book in any UK bookshop.
Radio presenter Mike Read said: "Everybody bought his Play In A Day book, it was a big deal.
To encourage children as much as possible, organisers have also issued kids with a special pounds 1 World Book Day Book Token.
A previously uncollected review of the 1860 Leaves of Grass appeared in the New York Day Book on June 9, 1860.
I bought the Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day book after receiving an e-mail from our "MOTHER" and love, love, love it
Daily Readings from the Life of Christ" is a day by day book that John MacArthur hopes that readers will take as a daily dose of faith.
By all rights -- especially now, with newspapers desperately tinkering with content, design and size -- the Day Book should be celebrated as one of the great, if doomed, experiments in daily journalism.