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Definition of Datebook
1. a notebook for listing appointments [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Datebook
Literary usage of Datebook
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. China Joins the World: Progress and Prospects by Elizabeth Economy, Michel Oksenberg (1999)
"For a survey of recent energy prices in China, see Jonathan E. Sinton, ed., China Energy datebook (Berkeley, Calif.: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, ..."
2. Talk Show Yearbook 2000: A Guide to the Nation's Most Influential Television by Robert Savidge (2000)
"Affiliation: ABC San Jose, CA 95110-2613 Channel: 11 Phone Number: 408-286- lili Fax Number: 408-295-5461 "datebook" airs Sun., ll:30am-noon and features ..."
3. Denying Ethnic Identity: The Macedonians of Greece by Human Rights Watch (New York)., Human Rights Watch, Helsinki Staff, Watch 1320 Helsinki (1994)
"They threatened to arrest us. Eventually they returned all our papers. Nothing was missing. Later the names from my datebook were printed in ..."
4. He Usually Lived with a Female: The Life of a California Newspaperman by George Garrigues (2006)
"On the way home, Dickie wrote in her datebook: Brick cracked a joke — "Napoleon married Josephine for a son and heir; she didn't give him any son, ..."
5. Liberty the Giant Killer by William Harvey Allen, Rebecca Salsbury James (1919)
"According to her datebook Our Town, just east of New Jersey, was to be inspected at 2:45 AM, on Monday, November llth,—that is, the eleventh day of the ..."