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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With the hard evidence of the log book and the Raval memo, it appears to Dolphin that the yacht was used for personal entertainment at the expense of stockholders.
Maria adds: "Keeping a log book means that, when we come to sell, buyers can see exactly what has been done to improve the property.
A typical Log Book Loan of pounds 1,500 repaid over 18 months ends up costing pounds 3,317.
Children from Neville's Cross Primary School in Durham, which is celebrating its centenary, used log books, admissions registers and even a punishment book to research the school's history.
The Environment Agency and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology have appealed for regular pike anglers to record their catches in specially designed log books, as contrasting trends in the lake's north and south pike populations pose a mystery.
Master of the boat Daniel Savels,and Belgian owners Zeejager,pleaded guilty to log book offences.
A log book, which would enable prospective purchasers to see what work has been carried out on a property over a number of years, is a clear winner.
Winners will be judged on the most/least number of attractions visited; most spectacular attractions visited; the best log book and even the best "getting lost" story will gain a prize.
Some of the features in the latest release include improved performance and scalability for enterprise wide wireless deployments, further enhancement of IntelaTrac's ease of use through new Procedures on Demand (POD) to deliver right information to the right person and the right time, support of RFID Universal Data Format (UDF) for asset tracking and regulatory compliance, virtual log book for management of change task tracking status and corrective action validation, and internationalization for multi-language deployments.
They include the epic treks of Darwin on HMS Beagle, Captain James Cook's log book from HMS Discovery and Captain Bligh's journal from The Bounty.
The celebrations included a display of old photographs, registers and the school log book (dating back to 1899), a Service of Thanksgiving and a Garden Party.