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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of log in.
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Some of our projects, as logged in the Tomes, read almost like Swift’s accounts of the scientists’ experiments on Laputa in Gulliver’s Travels: He had been eight years upon a project for extracting sun-beams out of cucumbers, which were to be put into vials hermetically sealed, and let out to warm the air in raw inclement summers.’
I’ve already risked chain of custody with it by removing it, but I want to get to the station, log it in to evidence in the minimum amount of time—since we logged out of Unclaimed Property at 11:04, I can get it logged in by midnight; I think that’ll stand up to any court scrutiny—then you can work on it at the police station in the duty room.
She was logged in at Tillamook Light at four-forty.
I’m speaking for the tape recorder: these are documents allegedly showing FN USA’s transcribed notes on Nick’s alleged trip to Columbia, as compared, for authenticity’s sake, to the proposal on their official stationery that accompanied their formal submission of their rifle to the sniper competition and was already logged in our files.
East LA would be his first stop — once his secretary logged in the rest of her responses to his call-outs.
Over the course of a total of twenty-four camps from April 1955 to the spring of 1961, everything any of us discovered or recorded was logged in two extraordinary volumes known as the Beaulieu Tomes.
Eventually, of course, it would occur to him to wonder who in the world had logged in an order for the executive-floor corridor to be painted that particular evening.