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  • n. Alternative spelling of casebook.


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  • Holmes turned to his desk and, unlocking it, drew out a small case-book, which he consulted.

    Sole Music

  • So far, nobody in Congress, including Sen. John McCain, who once tried to pass a torture ban only to have it gutted by presidential signing statement, has said anything about this case-book example of blow-back of America's use of officially sanctioned torture of captives.www.

    Torture and Selective Outrage

  • Some other folks' contributions to Tom's case-book:

    Archive 2006-08-06

  • Random Panel's Brandon was a good enough sport, however, to post his version of Tom's case-book.

    Archive 2006-08-06

  • Okay, what would you have Tom write in his case-book?

    Archive 2006-08-06

  • In that way he is seen as an interesting, if not terribly self-aware outpatient—a walking case-book of neuroses, unconscious tendencies, masks, and alternate identities.

    Mark Twain

  • Here, the pages of his case-book remained but scantly filled.

    Ultima Thule

  • He transcribed from his case-book to a sheet of paper the most prominent, unusual, and persistent symptoms.

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • They were all seated, and, after a few casual remarks, Dr. Jones requested Feodora to relate to him the history of her illness, and as she did so, he carefully noted her symptoms in his case-book.

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • On the afternoon of Friday, June 2, 18 --, I was entering in my case-book some memoranda having reference to the very curious matter of the Duchess of Datchet's Deed-box.

    The Beetle


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