Definition of Daybook. Meaning of Daybook. Synonyms of Daybook

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Definition of Daybook

Daybook
Daybook Day"book` (d[=a]"b[oo^]k`), n. A journal of accounts; a primary record book in which are recorded the debts and credits, or accounts of the day, in their order, and from which they are transferred to the journal.

Meaning of Daybook from wikipedia

- a bookkeeper is usually responsible for writing the 'daybooks'. the daybooks consist of purchases, sales, receipts, and payments.
- sdb1; sales invoices daybook page 1 pdb1; purchase invoices daybook page 1 bpdb1; bank payments daybook page 1 brdb1; bank receipts
- a phlog, also called an rlog, is a type of daybook, similar to a blog , that runs off a gopher protocol server. these phlogs are
- in early 1915 weston began keeping detailed journals he later came to call his 'daybooks'. for the next two decades he recorded his
- it comprised a daily diary of all transactions in chronological order it differs from a daybook in that only a single waste book is kept
- weston expressed his frustrations in his 'daybooks: wednesday, june 15: 'yesterday i tried again: result, movement! the exposure was 4
- around the eastern mediterranean, noting down his archaeological discoveries in his day-book, commentaria, that eventually filled six volumes.
- d. students and aut****d two books: a philosophical daybook: post-critical investigations (1990) and recovering the ground: critical
- an example of this is the day-book drawn up for trimalchio in petronius 's satyricon (satyricon, 53) by his actuarius , a slave to whom
- the national portrait gallery, london , holds his studio's daybooks, which include details of some 17,000 sittings, with about 12,000 of