written account

NOUN
  1. a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
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  • The result is this beautifully written account of seafaring life. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gilligan himself typed up notes of what was said on his personal organiser, but quite when he did this, why there are two versions of it, and what happened to his written account, remain unexplained.
  • Not strictly a biography, but a meticulously researched and beautifully written account of eight great political feuds, which brings to life much of the political history of the past 200 years.
  • It's a well-written account of his 10-year resuscitation of the world's largest computer company.
  • There is no written account of the intentions of a carver or painter of the ancient Black Virgins.
  • Pestalozzi, except theologically, was self-educated, did not leave a written account of teaching and of teacher training colleges; his place in the history of education and teaching is deducible in outline from his various writings, loving sincere deeds, the example he set. History of Education, Teacher Training, Teaching, Teachers « Illiteracy Articles « Articles « Literacy News
  • The handwritten account of his trial runs to just two pages.
  • Thweatt used written accounts, found objects and a method called dowsing to accumulate information about the towns. Summit Daily News - Top Stories
  • Commanders in Iraq allege Russell was being escorted from the mental health clinic at Camp Liberty when he overpowered his guard and took away a weapon, according to two Army officials who received written accounts and verbal briefings about the incident. Accused killer's father: The Army 'broke him'
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