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I have never been able to read his journal to this day; but I hope to be able to do so now.

Besides visiting Italy he explored Sicily, and kept a journal of his tour.

He says that some of the contes printed every day in the Journal are worthy of Maupassant.

To your journal there is a future, and there will be a past.

So I will throw myself upon a sofa, and read this child's journal.

Your proposition to establish a journal has been received by us with the greatest satisfaction.

I declare, said Altamont, this Winter Journal is an amusing affair.

Father Dargeles was the editor of the "Journal de la Grotte."

We now resume the thread of our narrative where Ney's journal left off.

"I guess so," replied Frank, holding the journal in his hand.

WORD ORIGIN

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.

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