The journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine mentions two primary techniques—Gandusha and Kavala Graha.
For the journal, covering it all has been an awkward and frustrating challenge.
The journal notes that “the iPhone 5C will cost about $733 without a carrier subsidy in China.”
For an article in the journal of Public Health and Epidemiology, the author must fork over $650 for “handling.”
Rice and many other top officials, the journal reports, weren't even informed about the new assessment of the 18th until the 22nd.
So to my office to set down my journal, and so home and to bed.
Captain Cook, in his journal, expresses his belief that the people were cannibals.
The journal sent the check to Jimmy and the game tickets to Eric.
Father Membré's journal abruptly terminates with the arrival of the party at Fort Miami.
And now give me the numbers of the journal, and the pamphlet too; I will take them to the king.
mid-14c., "book of church services," from Anglo-French jurnal "a day," from Old French jornel, "day, time; day's work," noun use of adjective meaning "daily," from Late Latin diurnalis "daily" (see diurnal). Meaning "book for inventories and daily accounts" is late 15c.; that of "personal diary" is c.1600, from a sense found in French. Meaning "daily publication" is from 1728.
An on-going record of transactions, such as database updates, file system writes, procedure calls or message transmissions. A journal differs from a simple log in that the contents of the journal can be used to reconstruct the state of the system after a failure by re-applying the transactions in the journal to a snapshot of the system previous state.