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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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Tenders are invited for Supply of Office Stationery Items Chart Paper of different colours,Clips (Steel),pips (Plastic) U Shape, Duplicating Note Book -1/2 size, Fax Roll-100 Mtrs, Gatta (Straw Board), Paper for Photostat FS (210X330 mm), Refills - Red.
Tenders are invited for Note Book Battery For Note Book Model Hp 630 Of Make Hp.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply of items Note Book Long bound 200 pages,Note Book Long bound 300pages,Correction pen,Round Stamp,Rubber Stamps,Refill Addgel pen.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of Stationary Items For OCG Training Kit Long Note Book as per market (or) 400 Nos Long Note Book Top page GSI picture/Map in colour 400 Nos White correction Fluid Pen 100 Nos Fevicol Tube (30 grm) 100 Nos Nataraj / Apsara/ etc, H.
Tenders are invited for Providing Desktop, Note Book, Printer Etc.
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.
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.
I looked through old note books and scraps of paper and updated the words and music.