Definition of Logbooks

1. Noun. (plural of logbook) ¹



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Definition of Logbooks

1. logbook [n] - See also: logbook

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Logbooks

logarithmic functions
logarithmic phase
logarithmic scale
logarithmic trigonometric function
logarithmic trigonometric functions
logarithmical
logarithmically
logarithmize
logarithms
logasthenia
logaœdic
logaœdics
logboard
logboards
logbook
logbooks (current term)
logcock
logcocks
loge
loges
logetronography
logfile
logfiles
loggable
loggat
loggats
logged
logged in
logged off
logged on

Literary usage of Logbooks

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1. Energy: Light, Heat & Sound by Don Robison, Jo Ellen Moor (1998)
"logbooks are a useful reference for students and a record of ... Two Types of logbooks The Class Logbook A class logbook is completed by the teacher and the ..."

2. Animals Without Backbones by Jo Ellen Moore (1998)
"logbooks are valuable learning tools for several reasons: • logbooks ... logbooks are a useful reference for students and a record of what has been learned. ..."

3. Plants by Jo Ellen Moor (1998)
"logbooks are valuable learning tools for several reasons: • logbooks ... logbooks are a useful reference for students and a record of what has been learned. ..."

4. Water by Jo Ellen Moor (1998)
"logbooks are valuable learning tools for several reasons: • logbooks ... logbooks are a useful reference for students and a record of what has been learned. ..."

5. Habitats by Jo Ellen Moore (1998)
"logbooks are valuable learning tools for several reasons: • logbooks ... logbooks are a useful reference for students and a record of what has been learned. ..."

6. Exploring Space by Jo Ellen Moore (1998)
"Reproduce page 80 for students to write about the trip for their individual logbooks. A Trip to the Observatory V/e went to the observatory. r\n astronomer ..."

7. Geology. by Jo Ellen Moore, Don Robison (1998)
"logbooks are valuable learning tools for several reasons: • logbooks ... logbooks are a useful reference for students and a record of what has been learned. ..."

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