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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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We have about 2,000 elder speakers that we’ve identified through a speaker roll book.

The doctor rose and drew out from the mass of pamphlets and papers on his table a big roll-book.

I don't believe we'd better put her in the roll-book till we find out who she is.

Teacher crossed to her desk, sat down at it, and commenced to turn the pages of the Roll Book with listless hand.

Is this roll-book to be filled up with the names of men or wimin?

Charged through journal and pay-roll book for labor and materials or supplies consumed in maintenance and repairs to buildings.

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