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yearbook

noun as in almanac

noun as in annual

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As she braced for graduation from Miami Palmetto Senior High School in 1988, Ketanji Brown wrote in her high school yearbook that she wanted to be a judge.

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No sixth-grade graduation, no goodbyes to my teachers or gift-giving, no signing our yearbooks.

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She focuses a lot of her time on after school activities, such as student council and the yearbook committee.

A class of 1999 yearbook picture shows them standing together, though neither seems to have graduated.

Ann is a pleasant brunette, a former class officer, yearbook editor, and member of the softball team at Dryden High.

The original plan had been to do a film version of the Yearbook.

It reached its summit in a project he had devised for himself: the 1964 High School Yearbook Parody.

The statistical yearbook for Finland does not give separate statistics concerning workingwomen.

The secretary then presented the following report of what the League Yearbook should contain.

These stories are listed in the yearbook without comment or a qualifying asterisk.

Stories included in this group are indicated in the yearbook index by a single asterisk prefixed to the title.

Stories included in this group are indicated in the yearbook index by two asterisks prefixed to the title.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to yearbook, such as: calendar, journal, annual, chronicle, ephemeris, and record.

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

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