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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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Kindly enter them in your note-book. And in order to refer to them conveniently, let's call them .4, B, and Z:--
His Note-Book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer was first published in an edition prepared by E.E.
Ambassador Bili laid a wreath at the Mausoleum and later signed the special note-book of Anitkabir.
Meanwhile, Merkel wrote on the special note-book at Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's Mausoleum (Anitkabir):
Following a minute of silence in respect to Ataturk, Merkel signed the special note-book at Anitkabir.
Davutoglu met with the Palestinian Ambassador in Ankara, Nebil Maruf, and signed the special note-book at the Palestinian Embassy.
Davutoglu laid a wreath at the cemetery and wrote in the special note-book that he was deeply honored to visit the cemetery of Turkish soldiers resting in peace at Piraeus.
In the summer of 1855 Nathaniel Hawthorne toured London and, feeling a burst of enthusiasm for everything English, wrote in his English Note-Books: "It was a most beautiful sunny day, the very perfection of English weatherwhich is as much as to say, the best weather in the world, except, perhaps, a few days in an American October." Hawthorne had never been much of a traveler, and, at that moment in his life, England and Wales were the only countries he had ever seen, outside of the northeastern United States.
If Miss Ostle can make a book out of these note-books that will help others placed as Eve was, it will be a good thing.