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verb accuse, arrest, chronicle, docket, engage, enter, enumerate, file, index, inscribe, insert, list, log, make an entry, mark down, note, order, post, prefer charges, record, register, report, schedule, seize legally, tabulate, take into custody, write down
See also: document, employ, engage, enroll, file, hire, program, publication, record, register, retain, script, set down

BOOK. A general name given to every literary composition which is printed; but appropriately to a printed composition bound in a volume.
     2. The copyright, (q. v.) or exclusive right to print and publish a book, may be secured to the author and his assigns for the term of twenty- eight years; and, if the author be living, and a citizen of the United States, or resident therein, the same right shall be continued to him for the further term of fourteen years, by complying with the conditions of the act of Congress; one of which is, that he shall, within three months after publication, deliver, or cause to be delivered, a copy of the same to the clerk of the said district. Act of February 3, 1831. 4 Sharsw. cont. of Story's L. U. S. 2223.

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State Minister for IT & Telecom while chairing a follow up meeting regarding monitoring of Grey Trafficking Grey Trafficking said those allegedly involved must be brought to book.
Jones said that the department had brought to book contractors operating without proper coverage for their workers.
It is time these abusers of blue badges were brought to book.
Ms Wandless said she was giving evidence at Newcastle Crown Court so those responsible would be brought to book.
If these bins are stolen there are methods of identification that means those responsible will be brought to book.
The security services need to be brought to book on this one.
Though I wrote to the Chief Constable,and a witness was provided,not one single culprit was ever brought to book.
His wife Anne, speaking from the family's home in Sutton Coldfield, said she and her husband were more determined than ever to ensure that the youngster is brought to book for his actions.
Obviously those who perpetrate acts of terrorism must be brought to book, with the least possible loss of innocent lives--no easy task.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique has said that all those elements causing losses to Pakistan Railways through fraud, forgery and malicious conduct would be brought to book.
Unnikrishnan, the father of slain NSG commando Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, on Wednesday said the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack investigations must continue and that the perpetrators should be brought to book by Pakistan, not by India