Recent Examples of logbook from the Web
Violating the sanitary code for logbook violation carries up to a $25 fine and loss of the oysters.
Other logbook commenters have thrown barbs at the glitchy navigation system and the frustrating, unintuitive driver-information display’s mixture of controls on the steering wheel and the turn-signal stalk.
An initial inspection of the aircraft’s onboard logbook showed no maintenance had been performed prior to the fire on the plane’s fuel line coupling assembly.
And once again, the logbook contains fresh accolades for just how blissful the 740i is.
Riding the rigs means fighting sleep and strained eyes; riding out cramps and kidney-punishing roads; occasionally getting jacked up on stimulants or running tighter-than-ever schedules to beat the logbooks; and feeling not just lonesome but lonely.
A 170-year-old desk sergeant's logbook, an original Western District cell block and a 1905 collection of mug shots from Northeast Baltimore are among the artifacts on display at a new museum that opened Friday at city police headquarters.
What worries him more these days is the coming of electronic logbooks.
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LOGBOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of logbook for English Language Learners
: a written record of activity, events, or travel
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