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Log-book

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The journal in which the “logs” are entered by the chief mate. Besides the logs, this book contains all general transactions pertaining to the ship and its crew, such as the strength and course of the winds, the conduct and misconduct of the men, and, in short, everything worthy of note.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Locust Bird
Locusts
Locusta
Lode
Lodestar
Lodestone or Loadstone
Lodona
Loegria or Logres
Log
Log-board
Log-book
Log-line
Log-roller (A)
Log-rolling
Log-rolling Criticism
Logan or Rocking Stones
Loggerheads
Logget
Logistilla (in Orlando Furioso)
Logres
Logria