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Computers
A notebook-sized computer.

Research
A book in which research data is recorded or otherwise documented.

notebook

Informatics A small laptop computer, see there Research A book in which research data is recorded or otherwise documented. See Raw data. Cf Logbook.
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There are two types of lab note books - traditional paper note book and electronic note book.
With hounds such as Tralee Crazy and El Tenor among his progeny, Ratify clearly has the ability to transmit his own excellent stamina, but Note Book also claims staying power from his dam, Book Shelf.
Quotation are invited for Purchase of Stationery items:Lable Sheet MPL - 12 - A4 Self adhesive - 100 Sheets 01 ream ,Photo Glossy Paper (A4 Size) 01 Box ,Shorthand Note Book 01 No.
Every 'Khidmat Card' holder was paid one time Rs 2,000 for a per school going child and then Rs 1,000 after a month, besides provision of uniform, shoes, socks, vests, text books, note books and other stationery items free of charge, he added.
Books, note books and other stationery items will be provided to the enrolled persons free of cost.
LAHORE -- Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran has called upon the national leadership to provide subsidy on books and note books to promote reading habits in the society.
In 1938 she wrote to Woolf again, with praise for Three Guineas, and in this letter she identifies herself as the editor of The Note Books of a Woman Alone, "in which I tried to express some of the difficulties women labour under.
Prizes were donated by Craig Donaghy, editor of the Dr Who magazine including games, note books and copies of the magazine.
After the police cut backs and no lead pencils or note books, I was beginning to think the newly supplied police iPhones could have a system where a message could be answered instantly.
We've seen a few manufacturers deliver 3D note books our way.
I looked through old note books and scraps of paper and updated the words and music.
Visitors to the library's web site can already look through one of Leonardo da Vinci's note books and the Magna Carta, and is aiming to make over 100,000 works and recordings available through its web site next year, reports Reuters.