day book

NOUN
  1. the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police station
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  • Your insurance premium is payable when you make your holiday booking.
  • In 1068 the Domesday Book recorded a population of 650 people, including 28 slaves, 45 smallholders and 23 swineherds.
  • Any info on racist, sexist etc content in Enid Blytons books and also modern day books that may still be in print etc would be much appreciated. Who's Our Enid?
  • Digital domesday book unlocked: “The Domesday Project highlights the problems of digital preservation.” also see Why PDF Sucks that’s what I’m saying… - emergency weblog; or: epersonae; or: elaine nelson
  • The first documentary reference is in the Domesday Book of 1086, but there has been evidence of Roman and Saxon occupation.
  • In Doomsday Book the twenty-first century is stricken by yet another pandemic, almost as deadly as the Black Death was in the fourteenth.
  • What follows is a list of Early National and Antebellum ledgers and day books from the North American manuscript holdings in the Department of Special Collections, University Libraries of Notre Dame.
  • Domesday Book also lists the demesne resources or inputs.
  • Most oaths are known only from undated but late versions recorded in the Ipswich Domesday books, although some of the key elements are found in the account of the setting up of self-government in 1200 or implied in the custumal.
  • Sunday Book Review cover: Walter Kirn on How Fiction Works by James Wood: The heroes of this great artistic labor tend to be semimonastic intro­verts who, like Wood’s beloved Henry James and Gustave Flaubert, toil with the doors shut and locked, in soundproof splendid isolation, attentive to the subtle frictions among nouns and adjectival phrases .... An Amazon.com Books Blog featuring news, reviews, interviews and guest author blogs.
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