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  • noun Plural form of daybook.

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Examples

  • n Specifies that advertising novelties or seasonal items such as daybooks, calendars, pencils, pens, coffee cups and others may be accepted if the value is less than $25.

    SunHerald.com: Featured Story

  • Looking at Silvy's daybooks – effectively the day's rushes – in the National Portrait Gallery, scented dust emitting from between their pages, one senses the sheer pressure of numbers, sitters pouring through the studio with their fashionable clothes and period looks.

    Camille Silvy: Photographer of Modern Life; Fiona Banner: Duveens Commission 2010

  • I especially love a photograph of twins in one of the daybooks that shows them on either side of two converging walls, separate and yet hinged, cornered but strongly united.

    Camille Silvy: Photographer of Modern Life; Fiona Banner: Duveens Commission 2010

  • The New York Times started the trend in April, when it FOIA-ed Geithner\'s daybooks and was shocked!

    Yvette Kantrow: Telephone tag

  • The New York Times started the trend in April, when it FOIA-ed Geithner's daybooks and was shocked!

    Yvette Kantrow: Telephone tag

  • The New York Times started the trend in April, when it FOIA-ed Geithner\'s daybooks and was shocked!

    Yvette Kantrow: Telephone tag

  • This format — or lack of format — may reflect an origin in daybooks or personal collections of information, for which order might be superimposed through a listing of the contents or an index once the volume was filled.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • The daybooks of Edward Weston Vol II: California / Edward Weston — For more than fifteen years, Edward Weston kept a diary in which he recorded his struggle to understand himself, his society, and his medium.

    5/12: New at the library this week

  • The daybooks of Edward Weston Vol II: California / Edward Weston — For more than fifteen years, Edward Weston kept a diary in which he recorded his struggle to understand himself, his society, and his medium.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Is it really nerdy to say that you're the coolest person ever with the coolest job and the coolest blogs and the absolute coolest side projects like daybooks and novel-type things?

    So Wrong It's Right - A Dress A Day

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