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  • noun Plural form of datebook.

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Examples

  • This time, instead of just nodding our heads in agreement, we pulled out our datebooks and picked an evening after New Year's; vacations were over, the social season dormant and no competing sporting events.

    Liz Neumark: Potluck in the Lobby

  • Neglecting to fill your social calendar under such circumstances can lead to some long, empty weekends, but even those whose datebooks are overflowing may find that loneliness lurks like a shadow when the party is over and they're once again by themselves.

    Roommate Not Wanted

  • I have datebooks, which were separate from my diaries, in which I would write down everything I did every day.

    A Conversation with Alison Bechdel « Gender Across Borders

  • We just scoured Geithner's datebooks (which the Gray Lady posted on its Web site) and found something way more interesting than lunch plans with Sandy Weill -- it's the significant amount of time he spent shooting the breeze with big-cheese financial journalists.

    Yvette Kantrow: Club sandwich

  • Some use latex, milked from the wild rubber groves of Acre, in western Amazonia, to make ecologically correct jeans, tennis shoes, knapsacks and datebooks.

    Not As Green As They Seem

  • A wide new array of handheld electronic products-from datebooks to the Bible-takes off The latest revolution in consumer electronics is, well, tiny.

    It's A Small, Small World

  • Though I did produce a black and white one a few years ago, I think most people prefer full color datebooks.

    2007 October | the blog of author, illustrator and designer Kris Waldherr

  • Though I did produce a black and white one a few years ago, I think most people prefer full color datebooks.

    2008 goddess calendar survey results! | the blog of author, illustrator and designer Kris Waldherr

  • Plus, while I have been known to buy a second datebook because I did not like the first, and this year I hedged against that possibility by buying two datebooks luckily S wants the second, when it comes to computers, we are definitely in it for the long-term--the Mac replaced a desktop that was at least five years old, maybe six, and that was so slow and shaky I couldn't bear to use it.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Plus, while I have been known to buy a second datebook because I did not like the first, and this year I hedged against that possibility by buying two datebooks luckily S wants the second, when it comes to computers, we are definitely in it for the long-term--the Mac replaced a desktop that was at least five years old, maybe six, and that was so slow and shaky I couldn't bear to use it.

    I Must Face the Facts

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