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almanac

noun as in document containing information for a year

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He showed up in woodcut illustrations in almanacs and newspapers and sensationalist fiction.

The change was driven by nonscientific publications, such as astrological almanacs.

Essentially, he produced the building blocks for almanacs that when published would become among the most popular and accurate in the United States.

The smaller value has by now even been adopted as the official value on the National Institute of Standards and Technology CODATA list of recommended physical constants—the official almanac for nuclear and atomic chemists and physicists.

The Almanac also tells us it would be a good time to perform demolitions, if you had any of those planned.

Kornacki, on the other hand, appears to be far more comfortable with the kind of arcana found in The Almanac of American Politics.

His Almanac was preferred to that of Leadbeater, or any other calculator cotemporary with himself.

The Indian, when he hears these lessons, will do well to say to his guide that he will have none of his almanac.

Let us take, for example, a copy of that popular almanac for the year of grace 1749.

His acquisitive mind was never idle, and in 1732 he began the publication of the celebrated "Poor Richard's Almanac."

The mania for celebration became so great that reference was frequently made to the almanac.

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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to almanac, such as: calendar, journal, yearbook, annual, chronicle, and ephemeris.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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