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DAY BOOK, mer. law. An account book, in which merchants and others make entries of their daily transactions. This is generally a book of original entries, and as such may be given in evidence to prove the sale and delivery, of merchandise or of work done.

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For more information on the special pounds 1 World Book Day Book Tokens and the exciting reading events taking place throughout Scotland, visit www.
The Day Book racializes Whitman through repeated references to his "beastiality," but the Delta makes literal Van Evrie's implication, subordinating Whitman to both the Ethiopian and the gorilla, coloring all three with a culturally legible black-face.
But rather than trumpet this new kind of newspaper, Scripps launched the Day Book with an almost paranoid secrecy.
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SUPPORT: The Lord Mayor opens the Armed Forces Day Book of Support and Remembrance,
The one day Book Fair in the college was highly appreciated by the students, teachers of the college and visitors, as the book fair was visited by the professionals of different walk of life.
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ISLAMABAD -- A novelist and scholar (late) Intizar Hussain was paid tributes at National Day Book Festival on Saturday to eulogise his literary services.
Around 100 publishers across the country have established their stalls in three day book fair.
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Patrons can check out Lucky Day books for 21 days, with no renewals.