Here is my commercial library: Daybook
, Ledger, Book of Districts, Book of Letters, Book of Remarks, and so on.
Second, drawing from the daybook
, we observe some features of a network of reciprocity in the Irish Catholic community; and in the third section we reflect, from the loans he made, on the tensions generated by relations of credit.
Meanwhile the campaign continued to keep events off the all-important Daybook
, thus overlooking the most important aspect of any campaign event.
We selected the Daybook
for Critical Reading and Writing (Spandet et al., 2001) because the lessons are based on evidence-based practices with targeted vocabulary and specific, explicit reading comprehension skills instruction.
Oppen writes somewhere in his Daybooks
that Robert Creeley was ultimately a mannerist, (5) which isn't true, though I understand that to a mind as absolute as Oppen's, any poem whose first surface calls attention to its construction is ultimately trivial given the reality of the derogated earth and its inhabitants.
Figure 2 shows an excerpt from page three of Philip Bevier's daybook
, dated in Rochester on October 4, 1783.
Use a calendar, daybook
or sticky notes as reminders.
(Wellington: Price Milburn, 1971), p.
"She braved burning sun, ice and snow, thieves, and rat-infested inns to found more convents," writes Terry Matz in The Daybook
When I first saw A Daybook
for Nurses, I wondered why nurses would want to read this collection of quotations, stories, poems, and thoughts by nurses, one for each day of any year, from January 1 to December 31.
Scardino says the government has published such books as an easy guide to breast feeding, a women's health daybook
and the "Lifetime of Good Health" guide.
Teasdale, Wayne, The Mystic Hours: A Daybook
of Interspiritual Wisdom and Devotion.