Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In English law, a transcript of the record of a case prepared, formerly by the clerk of the papers, but now by the plaintiff's attorney, or, in the ease of an appeal, by the appellant's attorney, for the use of the court.
“It's the current e-book lovers that are spending less, but the paper-book readers aren't crossing over just yet.”
“The textual version of the book is being serialized via Blook, a web publishing engine that publishes web posts backwards, rather than forwards -- allowing novelists to serialize books in a blog format while still following paper-book order.”
“He opened the cupboard, brought out pen and ink and a paper-book that stood in one compartment, and separated from the funds in a drawer a sum suitable to the occasion.”
“Probably because I don't even have a real paper-book diary.”
“One small paper-book, however, entitled 'FRANCE II,' has been preserved, and is in my possession.”
“Clement Walker, indeed, foists into this day a myth he had heard about a certain "paper-book" tendered to the King by "some of the grandees of the Army and Parliament," offering him his "life and some shadow of regality" on conditions of such”
“The end of the chain will come as a heavy blow to those houses, who will likely not recoup their financial losses; but for the everyday consumer, the chain closing feels like just another casualty in the long and drawn-out decline of the paper-book market at large.”
“I am a Kindle user, and not a noted paper-book sentimentalist, and I don't need to smell my books or lie around in bed with them.”
“The fix is clever: The Kindle only displays the page-number when you press the "menu" button, working out the equivalent paper-book position on-demand.”
“The paper-book that he conceived would have recorded all these things turns out, therefore, but a very imperfect document.”
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