logbook

[lawg-book, log-]
noun
a book in which details of a trip made by a ship or aircraft are recorded; log.

Origin:
1670–80; log1 (def 3) + book

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logbook (ˈlɒɡˌbʊk)
 
n
1.  a book containing the official record of trips made by a ship or aircraft; log
2.  (Brit) Compare registration document (formerly) a document listing the registration, manufacture, ownership and previous owners, etc, of a motor vehicle

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Example sentences
Before buying a new tool, say, they will put a note into the community's
  logbook to ask if anybody has one they could borrow.
Inside the box you will find a logbook where you will add your name to the list
  of people who have found the box.
Logbook entry toolbars run down right-hand side of desktop pages.
Example of a logbook for quality control of stains.
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