work|book

work|book
work|book «WURK BUK», noun.
1. a book containing outlines for the study of some subject, questions to be answered, and other exercises; book in which a student does parts of his written work.
2. a book containing rules for doing certain work.
3. a book for notes of work planned or done.

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