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roll book

noun
1.
a book in which attendance records are kept, as of students or employees.
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  • Closing the roll book and following an instinct rather than a formulated plan, Elizabeth walked slowly down the room to his desk.

    The Wind Before the Dawn Dell H. Munger
  • There was a pause, as the new teacher got out the roll book and began to scan the pages.

    The Putnam Hall Rebellion Arthur M. Winfield
  • Teacher crossed to her desk, sat down at it, and commenced to turn the pages of the roll book with listless hand.

    Little Aliens

    Myra Kelly

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