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a logbook in which all orders concerning the main engines of a ship are recorded

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The proposition of an alternative to the Bell book arises from the 1984 AT&T divestiture ruling, which mandated separate Bell companies be created from AT&T to allow more competition in the telephone business.
Mooney's latest venture, Bell Book & Candle in New York's West Village, has received critical acclaim for his ability to fuse conventional cooking with a more recent and driving inspiration, sustainability.
This of course was just before this self-righteous rag got on its moral high-horse because The Times serialised the Mary Bell book, their argument being that convicted criminals should never profit from crime (well they managed to overcome that hurdle pretty sharpish)
As a former child care lecturer, I've used other works by Gitta Sereny - the author of the Mary Bell book - to help students understand why children might kill.
Earlier, Home Secretary Jack Straw launched an inquiry into why ministers weren't told about the Bell book even though officials knew of the plans two years ago.
Mr Straw launched an inquiry yesterday after The Mirror told him the Home Office knew about the Bell book - Cries Unheard, by Gitta Sereny - TWO YEARS ago.
Announcing action yesterday he slammed the Mary Bell book deal as "inherently repugnant".
It was developed by a former Disney greenhouse manager, and is used at Disney, the Chicago O'Hare Airport Eco-Farm and on the Manhattan rooftop of Bell Book & Candle restaurant.
Patricia, 44, insisted she was not against the Bell book - Cries Unheard by Gitta Sereny - being written.