log book


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log book

A diary; a register of important names, places, dates, or other practical and useful information.
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Katherine alleged she was under the impression it was an ex-demo car and only realised it had three previous owners when DVLA sent the log book.
We hope that our young travellers will enjoy keeping a record of their travel adventures with us in their Little Travellers Log Book and that it provides excitement and fun for those travelling onboard with us this summer.
But the piece de resistance in the whole collection is the JJC's trademark blue log book bearing BOAC's most recognisable logo, the Speedbird, on its cover.
An estimated pounds 13m worth of vehicles have been stolen as a result of the loss of the blank log books from the DVLA.
Sharron said: "The log books are social history and show how ordinary people lived.
Items like the school log book showed them how the building had changed and when a school uniform was introduced.
The Tajik border guards grabbed the log book of the automobile Mercedes Benz 609 belonging to citizens of Leilek rayon Kuralbaev and Samatov and their passports and demanded 1000 soms (abut US$30).
This paperwork is important because if the company were ever taken to court, the court would review the log book.
The patient log book provides a place for patients to keep a track of their blood glucose monitoring.
He said: "I'm hoping somebody has in their loft or garage, ideally the original buff-coloured log book, a tax disc or some other proof it has been on the road.
QM tools include instrument check with definable temperature, weight and tolerance levels, three-level password protection and instrument qualification (DQ, IQ, OQ, PQ and MQ) with log book.