from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Accounts, book keeping work
- n. The art and science of formatting books.
- n. Work done with the aid of textbooks
- n. The act of memorising information; used attributively to describe or denote questions that test information learned rather than requiring additional thought
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Work done upon a book or books (as in a printing office), in distinction from newspaper or job work.
- n. Study; application to books.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The study of text-books, as distinguished from experimental studies, or from instruction imparted by lectures.
- n. In printing, work on books and pamphlets, as distinguished from newspaper-work and job-work.
Gotta do some "bookwork" and figure out where my tax money's gonna come from.
I would guess that about 75% came out in taxes, plus there was so much filing and bookwork.
The many layers of taxes, and the unbelievable bookwork, meant that I had to dip into savings to get through those years, even though I made a good income.
Where I am from, you can go to school and leran the bookwork part of the trade, but then you also have to find a Journeyman who will supervise your work and take you on at his/her employer.
And you barely completed the first phase of the bookwork.
This is being done in the name of helping the Royal Family with its bookwork, but Parliament contains several roundheads these days.
He has two trucks, an equipment shed, and a room in his house for the bookwork.
You sit, you listen, you take notes and then you do your bookwork.
Having helped Linda and done binding myself for vellum and other bookwork as a bookseller and basic biblophile I can appreciate what you have created but have no idea how to replicate it.
All bookwork for the family chiropractic practice is therefore done offline in her home office.