daybook daybook

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred
  2. (n) an accounting journal as a physical object

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Professor Palmer delved into the daybook, soon found an item that raised his academic hackles.
  2. As quoted in Heavenly Creatures, the daybook is a monologue of a fertile mind racing gaily toward madness.
  3. But Ulysses, describing the events of one Dublin day, was a daybook.

News

  1. NC--Daybook

    The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover. Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. Contact the Raleigh bureau at 919-510-8937 or apraleigh(at)ap.org.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Daily Reflector

  2. Georgia Daybook

    BC-GA--Daybook Associated Press Georgia Daybook Associated Press Georgia Daybook for Wednesday, June 12. GEORGIA The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover. Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. Contact the Atlanta bureau at 404-522-8971 or apatlanta(at)ap.org. For daybook items please contact ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WDEF Chattanooga

  3. Alabama Daybook

    BC-AL--Daybook Associated Press Alabama Daybook Associated Press Alabama Daybook for Wednesday, June 12. ALABAMA The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover. Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. Contact the Montgomery bureau at 334-262-5947 or moge(at)ap.org. For daybook items please contact ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WDEF Chattanooga

Quotes

  • "There's a daybook mentality to the media coverage [of the Fed], which is that we have these events so we must talk about them," Cramer told Aaron Task, the host of Wall Street Confidential.
    on Jan 30, 2007 By: Jim Cramer Source: TheStreet.com

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