notepad notepad


  • (n) a pad of paper for keeping notes


  1. For a notepad, try Podtext.
  2. Jones remembers something odd, though, about Stayner's reaction to women who didn't live in his notepad world.
  3. Retailers take note, there are tons of cool ideas: each piece of furniture has a notepad printed with all of the information about the object.


  1. Daily Briefs

    • Lagrange's Suzuki Directs Toaru Hikushi e no Koiuta Anime • 'Final' Gintama Movie-Goers to Get 'Vol. 0' Notepad • No Anime Wins Awards at 2013 Annecy • Square Enix: High Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Sales Could Pave Way for More • Nintendo Considers 3DS Tomodachi Collection for the West • U.S. Physical Game Sales Drop, Digital Sales Rise in 1st Quarter
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Anime News Network

  2. Hurdling the language barrier can be fun

    If you can't get the pronunciation right, use your phone or a notepad to show the word to your waiter. The language barrier used to be a big problem for American travelers.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Everett Herald


  1. "Today was not an effort day," Fisher said. "How are you going to get better in a meeting and know what to if you don't even come to the meeting prepared? If you're in class and don't take a notepad and pencil, you're going to flunk. If you...
    on Aug 11, 2008 By: Jimbo Fisher Source:

  2. "I actually was lucky enough to have dinner with him the other night. I was pretty impressed," said Roddick. "He didn't come in with kind of this braggadocio attitude of what he's done, whatever. He kind of came in and he had his notepad and...
    on Jan 19, 2009 By: Andy Roddick Source: TopNews

  3. "I think I watched 50 games on Saturday," Wannstedt said. "I got up and got a notepad and pencil, and that's all I did was watch games all day looking for things that people are doing that might be of help. It's crazy some of the turnovers...
    on Oct 15, 2007 By: Dave Wannstedt Source:

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