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a book containing models of good penmanship

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Anderson was also a poet who filled his copybooks with original verse and songs.
I have seen that copybook cricket still has a place even in T20s.
And perhaps Harry wouldn't be so keen on the hassle that the 30-year-old, who has even managed to blot his copybook in France despite the lovely surroundings, would bring back to Loftus Road.
Gibbs edged the visitors back in front just before the break, but then blotted his copybook with a second half dismissal.
Effects wizards Colin and Greg Strause blotted their copybook with the horrendous Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem, so this directorial follow up is a welcome relief.
The missile, with a range of more than 5000 kms, followed the entire trajectory in copybook style perfection as the three stages of Propulsion dropped and fell at appropriate intervals into the Bay of Bengal.
Fraser, who won this title on Jeju Island in 2010, remained his nearest challenger on nine under after a creditable 69 despite blotting his copybook by bogeying the par-five 15th.
Andrew is a brilliant rider - much under-rated and he gave him a copybook ride, the whole thing was copybook.
But with five birdies in seven holes, his demise started on the 10th, followed by a bogey on the 17th and double-bogey on the 18th, blotting a potentially copybook round.
By entering only FILE and/or COPYBOOK names with the option of uploading a TXT file version of your copybooks, the Online COBOL Shell Program Generator creates a source code listing that includes the following:
But Nani blotted his copybook in a big way during last night's 1-1 draw at Aston Villa, leaping into a tackle with Stiliyan Petrov.
But Paul McLaughlin blotted his side's copybook in 75 minutes when he kicked Frew keeper Iain Wilson during a melee in the box and was sent off.
The Salford-based player scored 15 goals for the Seagulls last season and won the Supporters' player of the year, but two red cards in the last four games blotted his copybook.
Not a single red mark blotted the copybook for the market's sub-indices, as materials and consumer staples did not move and all other sectors found greener pastures.
Griffiths then blotted his copybook by being yellow carded along with team mate Virgil Hartland.