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

- sales invoices daybook page 1 pdb1; purchase invoices daybook page 1 bpdb1; bank payments daybook page 1 brdb1; bank receipts daybook page 1 the customers
- transactions of a business. he or she is usually responsible for writing the daybooks, which contain records of purchases, sales, receipts, and payments. the
- this article is about a daybook. for a slang term, see photoblog. for the star wars species, see list of star wars races (p-t). a phlog, also called an
- chronological order. it differs from a daybook in that only a single waste book is kept, rather than a separate daybook for each of several categories. the
- final curtain on this heyday in american arts. a charming small original daybook from this time period was re-published in part, in 1992, titled the isles
- everyday prayers (student christian movement) (1926) garden of grace: a daybook of faith and healing by anita coleman 2012 daily guideposts published by
- separates four rooms, two on each side, on both floors. tait recorded in his daybook that the house required 25,000 board feet (59 m3) of lumber, the roof was
- duvaux. lazare duvaux was retrieved from posthumous obscurity when his daybook covering the decade 1748-1758 was published in 1873; it remains a central
- 20th century. other works include theodore dreiser(1925), a bookman's daybook (1929), the smart set anthology, edited together with groff conklin (1934)