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logbook

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See Training record.
 
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A journal or ledger containing data, and dates of when the data was collected. Logbooks are used to record scheduling information, document patient-physician encounters, record quality control data in the laboratory and may be used as a legal document.
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Dust-covered ship's logs and some forgotten photographs are all that remain of most ships that have long been mothballed or scrapped.
Extensive annotations set WBG's shipboard observations against the ship's log, contemporary newspaper accounts, and the writings of later historians.
Having sailed around South America, the expedition put into a bay at the 38th parallel where, according to the ship's log, "the admiral ordered divine service to be performed at his tent.
You can climb aboard a scaled-down replica of a fishing boat; on deck are crab pots, nets, ship's log, and compass--and displays to explain how they all work.
Although much of the film's effect hangs on Redford's performance, the detail of the script is precise: When water pours into the cabin of the boat, the first thing Redford's unnamed character grabs is not his sodden laptop or his GPS, but something that seems, to the uninitiated, less useful: his ship's log.
CAPTURED: HMS Tiger Bay, formerly the Islas Malvinas, moored alongside HMS Cardiff and, top, the sign which sold for pounds 5,000; BIT OF HISTORY: HMS Cardiff's ship's log, showing the capture of the Islas Malvinas
Others include a letter signed by Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr during the acrimonious break-up of the Beatles, estimated at pounds 60,000, and a ship's log describing a sea voyage Lennon took in 1980.
Other exhibits will include a watercolour of Captain Hugh Crow, who ran one of the last ships to carry slaves, and a ship's log detailing a slave revolt
I hope today's clash goes into the ship's log for the right reasons.

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