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Synonyms for almanac

Synonyms for almanac

an annual publication including weather forecasts and other miscellaneous information arranged according to the calendar of a given year

an annual publication containing tabular information in a particular field or fields arranged according to the calendar of a given year

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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2005, published by John Wisden, price pounds 36 hardback, is out today.
The report further said that the Almanack was first published in 1864, with Wisden 2013 therefore being the 150th edition.
AIDAN O'BRIEN dominates the five-day entries for the Dubai Duty Free Full Of Surprises Railway Stakes at the Curragh on Saturday with seven possibles, but promising pair Almanack and Probably were yesterday reported on course for their bids to spoil the Ballydoyle party, writes David Jennings.
I had always wanted a Test hundred at Lord's but, if that was not to be, then anywhere in England," Sangakkara tells David Hopps in the Almanack, published today.
In the last year it has expanded its business from seven to ten pubs, the newest being The Almanack in Kenilworth.
1978: Old Moore's Almanack suggested 1979 would be an eventful year,featuring deaths in the Cabinet, a corruption scandal, a balance of payments crisis and joyful news for the Royal family.
The cricketer's almanack conceded their selection could cause surprise.
The Almanack will be offering punters a free trial of Cornish Pilsner, the first lager to be brewed by Cornwallbased Sharp's Brewery.
The historic Wisden Cricketers' Almanack said in its 150th edition that the year 2012 had witnessed a complete development of the spectacular batting talent which began during Clarke's debut in Bangalore in 2004.
The Tommy Stack-trained Almanack was sent off at 4-5 followinghisdebutthirdover 5f at Dundalk this month and returnedtothescenetorunout aneasywinner.
Analysis of population statistics contained in the new edition of Whitaker's Almanack points to a continued decline in the traditional two-parent family since the 1970s.
The world-famous yellow front cover of the almanack has stayed unchanged since before the Second World War.
The independent pub company based in Oxfordshire runs The Rose & Crown in Warwick, The One Elm in Stratford, The Almanack in Kenilworth and The Star & Garter in Leamington.
But Prior's contribution as England regained the Ashes in a rollercoaster series last summer has persuaded the publishers of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, whose 2010 edition is available in the shops today, that he is worthy of coveted inclusion among their Five Cricketers of the Year.
Bloomsbury said it planned to add further titles to the 145-year-old Wisden imprint and 2009 will mark the first year the Almanack will be available in e-book format.