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"Excuse me, Sir, I saw it myself from the road at the back and came straight round," said he with his notebook ready.
"I think I'll have to take your name," I told him, fishing out a pencil and a notebook—just to see what he would do.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE
I threw apart, but still did not remove my coat, and Archie took up my notebook and read as he stood.
I buttoned my coat, put the notebook into my pocket, and briefly recapitulated what I had told him.
I swallowed, and took out my notebook and pencil, and laid my pocket slide rule in front of me.
THE PROFESSIONAL APPROACHCHARLES LEONARD HARNESS
Somebody else led the way to a storeroom, tossed its contents into the hall, and festooned it with used computer tape.
SECURITYPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
The black notebook in which he kept the records of his experiments was always with him; page after page was filled with notes.
HUNTER PATROLHENRY BEAM PIPER AND JOHN J. MCGUIRE
Benson transferred the final results of this stage of the research to the black notebook and burned the scratch-sheets.
HUNTER PATROLHENRY BEAM PIPER AND JOHN J. MCGUIRE
But she was firm, and put on her glasses, and opened the little notebook she had brought with her.
HAPPY HOUSEBETSEY RIDDLE, FREIFRAU VON HUTTEN ZUM STOLZENBERG
Then he took out a notebook and his famous fountain pen, and began to scribble.
HAPPY HOUSEBETSEY RIDDLE, FREIFRAU VON HUTTEN ZUM STOLZENBERG

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nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION