Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A book in which minutes are recorded.
“The minute-book of the Royal Society contains a list of the various experiments performed for the benefit of the Duchess.”
“The Gunner shall keep a minute-book of all expenditures in the”
“The above transactions were reported to the commons by the sergeant-at-arms, and orders were issued for the lord mayor to attend in his place, and his clerk to bring up the mansion-house minute-book, in which the proceedings had been entered.”
“The first minute-book shows how closely connected were preacher and manufacturer, even in point of time.”
“Camilla copied the report into the minute-book, and as Mrs. Francis did not think about it until the next meeting, when she came to read it she found it just as Pearl had written it, word for word.”
“We had given that name to the minute-book of that beastly "Society of the Wouldbegoods".”
“Alice had the minute-book, which was an exercise-book that had not much written in it.”
“But these meetings, and the suggestions Sir Felix made, and the votes we took upon them, are they not recorded in the minute-book of the”
“The record of these years, on the pages of the clerk's minute-book, are”
“TENCH suddenly makes a demonstration with the minute-book.”
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