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- n. Obsolete form of doomsday.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A day of judgment. See doomsday.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. Obsolete forms of doomsday, etc.
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This monument, called domesday-book, the most valuable piece of antiquity possessed by any nation, is still preserved in the exchequer; and though only some extracts of it have hitherto been published, it serves to illustrate to us, in many particulars, the ancient state of
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There dwell in the sky many kind of beings, that there shall remain until domesday arrive; some they are good, and some they work evil.
But to read day after day in the paper, this golden domesday-book, the lists of rich people who ate terrapin together, or danced together in lace frills and white cravats afterwards, and to read it with avidity, is what might be done in some world of satire.
Dr. Brady assures us, from a survey of domesday-book, [*] that, in all the counties of England, the far greater part of the land was occupied by them, and that the husbandmen, and still more the socmen, who were tenants that, could not be removed at pleasure, were very few in comparison.
• The Government will publish online an inventory of all non-personal datasets held by departments and arms-length bodies - a "domesday book" for the 21st century
• To publish online an inventory of all non-personal datasets held by departments and arms-length bodies - a "domesday book" for the 21st century directgov called Mygov
The new domesday book will for the first time allow the public to access in one place information on each set of data including its size, source, format, content, timeliness, cost and quality.
The programme will be managed by the National Archives and it will be overseen by a new open data board which will report on the first edition of the new domesday book by April next year.
Therefore, Sir Launcelot, wit thou well I am set in such a plight to get my soul-heal; and yet I trust through God's grace that after my death to have a sight of the blessed face of Christ, and at domesday to sit on his right side, for as sinful as ever I was are saints in heaven.