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Being a scientific journal of note, OK! Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is why medical and scientific journals are so important. The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)He suggested that in the future the journal may name its peer reviewers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Nor are medical journals or official sources of health advice much more scrupulous. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The publisher has to prepare the individual book or journal and pay for its distribution. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The next time he wanted to speak out he did not choose a scientific journal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Details of the technique have been submitted to a scientific journal for publication. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Recorded in his journal is his bout with caffeine fits during the three days just after he quit the tea habit. Christianity Today (2000)Its contents are so dramatic that one journal tried to suppress it, they claim. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Digging into management books and business journals, we found three schools of thought about service. Total Customer Service (The Ultimate Weapon) (1990)Features include a calendar and fertility chart, options to record your body temperature and a daily journal. The Sun (2016)Their training was run by the military but can be pieced together from Chinese specialist magazines and army journals. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Each take one journal, go through it and highlight only the areas worth reading or points to note and swap within the agreed timescale. Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business (1990)Moreover, recognising his encyclopaedic knowledge, academic journals often invited him to act as referee. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When it was purchased, one journal reported, disagreeing artists came almost to blows. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'journal'
British English: journal NOUN
A journal is a magazine, especially one that deals with a specialized subject.
All our results are published in scientific journals.
Definition of journal from the Collins English Dictionary
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