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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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The collection of Wisden Cricketers' Almanacks, often referred to as the cricketer's bible, went for more than expected at the auction in London.Onebook, estimated tobe worth pounds 2,000 to pounds 3,000, fetched pounds 18,000.
Auctioneer Richard Madley said the lot, a volume containing the 1866, 1867, 1868, and 1869 almanacks, opened the auction with a bang.
Pesquisando nos Almanacks Laemmert de 1844 ate 1900, mantendo, portanto, o foco no seculo XIX, nao foram detectados gravadores de puncoes nos anuncios das empresas que operavam no mercado carioca.
E nos anuncios destes jornais, antes da aparicao do anuario Almanack Laemmert, em 1844, que pode ser acompanhado o panorama de chegadas e estabelecimentos de tecnicos graficos no Rio de Janeiro.
Bloomsbury Publishing said its purchase of the world-famous sports book reunited two distinguished almanacks, Whitaker's and Wisden.
Bloomsbury Publishing said its purchase of the world-famous sports book reunited two of Britain's distinguished almanacks - Whitaker's and Wisden.
CRICKETERS' almanack Wisden has a new owner today after 15 years in the hands of the Getty family.
Almanacks were also printed for booksellers, such as Ames' Almanack Revised and Improved for 1766, which was published at Edes and Gill, Green and Russel, T.
A SET of Wisden Almanacks that belonged to the legendary cricketer WG Grace have been put up for sale for pounds 150,000.
FOOTBALL club calendars have become more like dodgy almanacks this year.
While practical people like harbourmasters and yachters, farmers and fishery managers are buying almanacs for essential information, people of a superstitious nature are buying almanacks.
Ames issued his first almanac when he was seventeen, eight years before Franklin's <IR> POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK </IR> .