Noun(1) an annual publication including weather forecasts and other miscellaneous information arranged according to the calendar of a given year(2) an annual publication containing tabular information in a particular field or fields arranged according to the calendar of a given year
(1) One member of this group happens to have an almanac with all the dates that are meaningful to him in whatever personal way - birthdays, anniversaries, etc. - circled in red.(2) His fascination with the event led him to discover for himself when eclipses might occur using only an almanac and a book on geography.(3) As foreshadowed above, many settlers and explorers would buy an annual almanac , containing notes of what was to be expected in the forthcoming year.(4) It was another Johannes, also a German, who in 1472 became the first person to print an astronomical almanac .(5) Seldom did they see Faerie people or Leprecauns in their neck of the woods, so they did not want to miss the opportunity to examine these unexpected visitors for their encyclopedic almanac of the native peoples of the western hemisphere.(6) I found these dewpoint figures by going to our Online weather almanac and going to the guides to the month-to-month weather for cities in Florida and Texas.(7) Some almanac information, such as names of current heads of state, has been relegated to supporting Web sites that will presumably provide updates.(8) Each county page has an almanac style display with information related to the county, such as county seat, date formed, and origin of name.(9) Wisden owned a sporting goods and tobacconist shop in London's Leicester Square and in 1864 he brought out the first edition of his cricketers' almanac , which has been published every year since.(10) No belief in astrology is needed to carry out such an investigation, only the birth-dates, an astronomical almanac , and a table of logarithms for working out the horoscope.(11) Other than that, I can't really account for the particular seasonal patterns in your relationship almanac , but I will say that three months does seem to be the normal human relationship gestation period.(12) In 1785 MÔö£┬«chain was asked if he would take over the editorship of the astronomical almanac Connaissance des temps.(13) He took two steps over to the almanac calendar hanging next to the apothecary's chest, and peered at it thoughtfully.(14) I could look it up in the almanac , of course, but that's not the point - I should jolly well know.(15) If they are interested, they must be given the opportunity to have their future foretold before their eyes by the reading of their palms, or the decoding of the astrological signs of the Hindu almanac (patra).(16) Tycho also found time to provide an annual astrological almanac for King Frederick and to write detailed reports on the horoscopes of the king's children.
(1) almanac :: アルマナック
1. yearbook ::
2. calendar ::
3. register ::
4. annual ::
5. manual ::
6. handbook ::
Different Formsalmanac, almanacs
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