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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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According to recent research by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the average size of a logbook loan is PS1,000 and it can be as high as PS50,000.
Last year almost 50,000 logbook loans were registered and they are on track to hit 60,000 this year - a forecast based on the fact that there were 9,881 registrations in January and February this year alone.
I've always sought to maintain impeccable logbooks, with receipts and all assorted paperwork, even though it not required.
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) recently gave out cruise logbooks to all floating restaurants to unify vessel records and facilitate improved vessel inspections in line with safety initiatives across Dubai waters.
The WEBFLEET Logbook app enables additional information to be added by the driver, including the specific purpose of the journey and customer contact details.
Since students are the main stakeholders in an appropriate logbook design, the aim of this study was to gain insight into the minds of the students regarding the advantages and limitations of logbooks, and what improvements they thought were necessary to make the exercise practical and worthwhile.
With my logbook, they can spot problems at a glance - which should make their job a lot easier.
"The logbook is really not important to anyone else but it is to me and it is my entire flight record .
Simply put, Sir Reginald's Logbook is an incredibly fun picture book filled with melodrama, action, adventure and suspense!
Through the use of the ELB, which consists of a technical logbook and a cabin logbook, the airline can log in a fault and the system automatically identifies the maintenance actions required to resolve the problem.
The "discovery" of Markov 1 is just one example of why you should maintain a logbook. Other good reasons include recalling the details of previous observations and comparing them with current ones; keeping your observing sessions organized and methodical; and applying for an observing certificate from an astronomy club.
Finally, the book lists resources for amateur meteorologists and offers a blank logbook for daily weather observations.