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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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yearbookyear‧book /ˈjɪəbʊk, ˈjɜː- $ ˈjɪr-/ noun [countable]  1 a book printed once a year, with information about a particular subject or activity Rothman’s Football Yearbook2 American EnglishSE a book printed once a year by a school or college, with information and pictures about what happened there in the past year a high-school yearbook
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yearbookIt is compiling a yearbook of former employees, and claims to have identified about 2,000 of them.But he noted in interviews that drawings he submitted to his high school yearbook were rejected.We have just received my daughter's school yearbook in which all pupils were asked the same question.His statistics are there in the Somerset yearbooks for future generations to admire.That night, he checked the yearbook.There are two yearbook portraits side by side.
From Longman Business Dictionaryyearbookyear‧book /ˈjɪəbʊk, ˈjɜː-ˈjɪr-/ noun [countable] a book that is produced once a year, and to which the most recent information is added each yearthe British Yearbook of International Law
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