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logbook

a book containing the official record of trips made by a ship or aircraft; log

logbook

[′läg‚bu̇k]
(computer science)
A bound volume in which operating data of a computer is noted.
(navigation)
A book in which all affairs and events of navigational importance of a ship are recorded, such as speed and ship's progress.

logbook

A master history of the activities of the aircrew, the aircraft (including engines and propellers), or any of the components. Pilots keep logs of their flight timings and ground crews maintain records of aircraft and components' operating times and any work (i.e., rectification and any repair or replacement of components with their history of malfunction). (see page 408).
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The FCA, which recently took over regulation of the consumer credit market, warned firms offering logbook loans earlier this month that it will put them out of action if they do not "dramatically" improve their standards.
It's easy to get swept up when buying a car but it's not so easy to tell if a logbook loan has been taken out on the vehicle you intend to buy
This logbook app is available immediately on IOS and Android for EUR8.99 and supports the English, German, Dutch, Danish and French languages.
But by using the logbook, this problem can be solved," said one student.
If you would like more information on Annette's logbook, email info@stubbornproductions.co.uk.
Vince, who has no plans to give up flying, said that if anyone has the logbook, they could return it to Caird Park Golf Club for "a small reward".
Your logbook entries should reflect your stargazing style.
The agreement, based on a proposal for a regulation adopted by the European Commission in 2004 (COM/2004/0724), foresees that an electronic logbook will be installed on vessels, thus replacing the traditional pen and paper logbook used for recording data such as quantities of catches on board, species caught, time spent fishing, the area where catches have been taken and the gears used.
I sat down to fill in a page in my logbook, but I could not control the pen.
In addition, the law will require pharmacies to keep all products containing pseudoephedrine or ephedrine behind a counter or in a locked cabinet, and all pharmacies must maintain a written or electronic logbook of pseudoephedrine purchases.
Bagsvzaerd is the second volume in the Jorn Utzon Logbook series published by Edition Blondal and, with great finesse, it analyses the architect's most moving fully completed building (Sydney's interiors never having been executed, though that may at last be in the process of correction).
The new Sensity controller system from metal detection specialist, S+S Inspection, incorporates an on-line logbook and serial interface to fully meet the EU traceability guidelines and the requirements of both HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points) and IFS (International Food Standard).