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logbook

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A journal or ledger containing data, and dates of when the data was collected. Logbooks are used to record scheduling information, document patient-physician encounters, record quality control data in the laboratory and may be used as a legal document.
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However, whereas Rutherford's Middle Passage will gradually teach him healthier perception of others, Johnson's Middle Passage forces readers to use nine consecutive "entries" into the ship's log throughout their reading experience, thus continually reinforcing a reading (and perceptual) model of separation, violation, and ownership (or lack thereof).
There, the critically injured captain, the empire builder who now sees the dissolution of the world occurring in the destruction of his own nervous system, commissions Calhoun to finish the ship's log, having secured first Calhoun's own word that he has not betrayed him.
Chilling statistics from the ship's log reveal that almost all the survivors came from first and second class cabins.
Max Hasler, of Dreweatts and Bloomsbury auction-eers in London, said: "This is a highly important ship's log concerning the capture of slavers after the abolition of the slave trade.
The ship's log, kept by the first mate, Charles Gale (an unfortunate name for a sailor) makes grim reading.
peace with the recent past by turning it into Word" (190), referring to the story of his experience written in the ship's log but also alluding to Word as the cosmic will, the transforming power of the human will.
Visitors were asked to enter their names and telephone numbers into the ship's log.
On the ship's log for June 30, the crew wrote: "Had a very hairy night with at least three knock downs, more than a dozen swampings (difficult to keep count) and one capsize, and had to go in to survival mode to keep the boat upright.
On his deathbed Falcon charges Calhoun with his destiny, with the control of not only his text - his ship's log - but his story/history as well by begging him to be his "biographer": "'I cannot write, so you must keep the log.
A SHIP'S log which details a mutiny by Irish convicts on their way to Botany Bay in 1796 fetched $170,000 at auction yesterday.
According to the ship's log, it was carrying a cargo of quilts from the United Arab Emirates to Glasgow.

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