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notebook

(computer)

notebook

(tool)

What does it mean when you dream about a notebook?

Keeping notes and taking notes indicates that the dreamer is trying to stay on top of things and keep detailed records. Such a dream would be quite appropriate if the dreamer were preparing for an I.R.S. audit.

notebook

A laptop computer that weighs roughly from four to seven pounds. The term originated when laptops were routinely more than 10 pounds, and lighter models were placed in a special "notebook" category. In practice, notebooks and laptops are synonymous. Portable computers that weigh less than four pounds may be called a "subnotebook" or "mini laptop." For features of a portable computer, see laptop. See subnotebook, netbook, MacBook and Ultrabook.
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Buy new school essentials such as paper and binders in bulk, and save these essentials for next year-or when your child fills up his or her new spiral-bound notebook faster than expected.
In 1980, concerned mother Lucille "Lucia" Campilongo filled a spiral-bound notebook with advice and recipes for her youngest daughter as a going-away gift.
Inspired by the traditional spiral-bound notebook, Zoho Notebook serves as a one-stop destination for accessing and sharing content that is often scattered across the desktop, email, applications, Web sites, and elsewhere.
Inspired by the traditional spiral-bound notebook, Zoho Notebook expands the pen and paper paradigm while maintaining the free form and free flow of ideas.
The first 18,000 fans ages 14 and under will receive a spiral-bound notebook featuring a photograph of Yankees All-Star outfielder Hideki Matsui on the front and a list of popular Japanese baseball terms on the back cover.
Motion's lightweight, ultramobile and durable slate design is similar in size to a spiral-bound notebook, making it ideal for pen-enabled computing in new ways and places, from hallways and subways to patient waiting rooms and living room couches.
9 pound, 3/4-inch thin portable computer, the size of a spiral-bound notebook, incorporates NeoMagic's popular MagicGraph128XD multimedia accelerator and was recognized for its outstanding design and impressive value with the perfect blend of ultraportability and performance.