from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A book in which is entered the time expended in the several smaller operations which together make up the time of completing a manufactured article.


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  • It is not convenient to make it of larger size than the dimensions given, when a watch-book is to be used, although it is perfectly feasible to make the horizontal rulings 8 lines to the inch instead of 5 lines to the inch as on the sample sheet.

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