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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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He does not swerve from repeating 'practise' with very focused purpose in 'Of Humane Learning': for just a few examples, we might think of lines from stanza 75: 'For Sciences from Nature should be drawne, | As Arts from practise, neuer out of Bookes'; stanza 118: 'Their Theoricke then must not waine their vse, | But, by a practise in materiall things'; and stanza 68:
Booke was only slightly overweight and wore a fat suit during the series which caused his girth to measure five feet around.
Burton says simply that he has printed a "Booke heere to make you laugh and lie downe too, if you please" (Sharpham A3).
And deeper than euer Plummet sound / He drowne my booke." This process, which includes Prospero discarding the "Magicke robes" he wears at the beginning of the scene, is also turned into a performance, as indicated by a stage direction, here quoted from the folio: "Heere enters Ariel before: Then Alonso with a franticke gesture, attended by Gonzalo.
During Edward's reign, civil strife reigns, with Mars Ultor (in Stephen Batman's words) "inuad[ing]" so that "all thinges are lefte desolate, & destroyed" (63, quoting The Golden Booke of the Leaden Goddes [1577], sig.
This is the first full-length study of one of the most popular books of Elizabeth I's reign: The Whole Booke of Psalmes.
Concludes Terry Booke, Quality Control Manager at A1 Bacon, 'The Explorer Radio Software and the wireless mesh data logging system means that we can keep in control of ambient temperatures with little management intervention.
Silver medals were won by: Booke Healy, of Boylston in Basic Health Care Skills; Randall Lambracht, of Boylston, in Industrial Motor Control, and Tara Walsh, of Boylston, in Technical Drafting.
I argue that these texts also express a longing for what Katherine Parr calls a 'booke of the crucifixe' (C.ii.), through which it would be possible for women to speak with a legitimate, individual female voice that did not require the authorisation of a patriarchal God.
I end my letter with the words of the character Samantha Booke in the movie The Great Debaters: "the time for justice, the time for freedom, and the time for equality is always, is always, right now!"
In which US TV series did Sorrel Booke play Boss Hogg?
(8) The first dialogue in particular, 'The Booke of Simples', freely mingles medical advice on the virtues of herbs and foodstuffs with a frank discussion of the state of the commonwealth.
There is nothing quite so clear in the Shakespeare canon, but on July 22, 1598, James Roberts "Entred for his copie vnder the handes of bothe the wardens, a booke of the Marchaunt of Venyce or otherwise called the Jewe of Venyce.
Images such as the "dying swan," "imprisoned bird," "fickle mistress," "rejected lover," "sweet woods" (as in "O Sweet Woods" from Dowland's Second Booke), and "solitary hermit," all appear to allude to Essex and his plight.