a loose-leaf calendar containing one or two pages for each day, with spaces for notes.
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- desire under the elms,
- desk clerk,
- desk copier,
- desk jobber,
- desk jockey,
- desk pad
Origin of desk calendar
First recorded in 1905–10
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