written report

NOUN
  1. a written document describing the findings of some individual or group
    this accords with the recent study by Hill and Dale
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  • Early in the deployment, we used written reports and oral debriefs with patrol leaders daily.
  • His written reports are incredibly sloppy.
  • Just how busy these women were is apparent from comments in the annual handwritten report to the order's mother house.
  • He called for an erratum to be inserted into the written report and given equal prominence on the Department of Health's website.
  • Following an on - site inspection, the surveyor prepared a written report on the property.
  • The first written reports concerning this clan, drafted about 2000 years BP (before present) in the Chinese historical record, Hou Hanshu, described nomadic light-haired blue-eyed Caucasians speaking an Indo-European language (probably a form of Tocharian, an extinct Indo-European tongue related to Celtic, Italic, and Anatolic (Ma and Sun, 1994). 2,700-year-old marijuana stash found
  • Following an on - site inspection, the surveyor prepared a written report on the property.
  • This project will be presented to the class in an presentation and a brief written report.
  • Ted, I'll let you have a full written report as soon as possible, but certainly by Monday at the latest. KICK BACK
  • His written reports are incredibly sloppy.
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