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Synonyms for book

notebook

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reserve

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charge

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book in

in my book

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  • in my opinion
  • to me
  • as far as I am concerned

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a printed and bound work

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to register in or as if in a book

to cause to be set aside, as for one's use, in advance

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a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone

a collection of playing cards satisfying the rules of a card game

a collection of rules or prescribed standards on the basis of which decisions are made

the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina

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a major division of a long written composition

a number of sheets (ticket or stamps etc.) bound together on one edge

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engage for a performance

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arrange for and reserve (something for someone else) in advance

record a charge in a police register

register in a hotel booker

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This Booke, / When Brasse and Marble fade, shall make thee looke / Fresh to all Ages," Digges argues, hoping next that "eu'ry Line, each Verse / Here shall reuiue, redeeme thee from thy Herse.
John Day's 1562 publication of The Whole Booke of Psalmes became a runaway best seller.
There is other waies to make your Ballaunce, but all commeth to one effect, as to bryng your gooddes remainyng therunto, in one totall, bearing the particulers into a newe Quaterne booke, from eche seueral accompt: hauyng a double folio in your Balluunce, with other thynges, whiche herein to be spoken of, should litle profite, for that one onely ordre can but be taught in one booke (19).
Hilton] in my Booke, which would have put me from thys Lyfe' (sig.
The film's two main fictional characters are Farmer's debate teammates, the verbally facile and debauchery-loving Henry Lowe (Nate Parker) and well-mannered, somewhat overwhelmed Samantha Booke (Jurnee Smollett, from TV's "Wanda at Large").
In 1597, a year after the second denial for the royal lutenist post, Dowland's First Booke of Songs or Ayres was published by Peter Short.
Pictured with the school's awards are Year 6, 7 and 8 pupils (from left) Charlotte Stoker- Mallinson, Barrington Booke, Eleanor Lodge, Callum Burton, Chessy Hollingdale, Kieran Broadbent and Ben Thomson.
The British Library has acquired My Ladye Nevells Booke, one of the finest music manuscripts of the Elizabethan age, which went on public display at the library for the first time beginning 6 June 2006.
My Ladye Nevells Booke contains 42 works by William Byrd, the greatest English composer of the Elizabethan age, including the pieces, Carman's Whistle and Sellinger's Round.
As a wedding gift, the Custis family presented Martha with a family cookbook entitled Booke of Cookery and Booke of Sweetmeats.
The first is related to the manuscript of The Booke of Sir Thomas More, perhaps the most significant text in Shakespeare attribution studies.
Although he does grant The Booke of Sir Thomas More adequate attention in the first section, his observation that 'scholarship has yet to produce convincing candidates for [Shakespeare's] partners' seems a weak rationale for omitting any discussion of 1 Henry VI and Edward III (this is especially troubling in the case of 1 Henry VI, given its canonical status) (145).
WHEN EDMUND SPENSER prefaced The Shepheardes Calender (1579) with a poem "To His Booke," he captured an Elizabethan author's parental concern for a child, long under the shadow of his wing, about to venture across "stormie seas," where many of England's literary treasures were pirated.
Markham, Francis 1625: The Booke of Honour, or Five Decades of Epistles of Honour.
Also in 1937, before the plate was tested, a small book was created for ECV: Ye Preposterous Booke of Brasse, which includes.