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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjournaljour‧nal /ˈdʒɜːnl $ -ɜːr-/ ●●○ AWL noun [countable]  1 TCNa serious magazine produced for professional people or those with a particular interest the British Medical Journal2 ALa written record that you make of the things that happen to you each day syn diary He decided to keep a journal.
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journalIn the 1837 journal, Darwin gives an account of his voyage to South America.I was given access to his private papers and journals.Her book draws on letters, diaries, journals and historical sources.The New England Journal of MedicineThe contributors to his journal are happy to oblige him.The profession, principally via its house journal, sought to account for the attacks in terms of a conspiracy theory.How many journals does it have?Every few years the industry begins a campaign, backed in medical journals, for release from its shackles.Many of my journal entries during this time are brief.Jewish life is poignantly described in Wiesel's journal, "The Jews of Silence".The findings, published in the journal Science, also suggest that reducing leptin levels below normal might hold puberty at bay.Mr Ebstein is the lead author of one study of the gene in the January issue of the journal Nature Genetics.keep ... journalI have kept a journal, which I hope one day to publish.A few things to think on: Keep a journal and let off some steam.There is a story behind each call, and I should keep a journal of the conversations and then the encounters.While at the work site, students keep journals that their supervisors read and annotate on a weekly basis.I decide to keep a journal when I am in Binghamton.He decided to keep a journal.Dowsing, who kept a journal of his activities, personally visited nearly sixty churches in East Anglia.From now on, she will keep a journal of her thoughts.