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Diarize

A slang term meaning to record, especially the findings of a study or the minutes of a meeting.
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Dash states that Meadows "meticulously diarised her experiences from day to day" of working with the American forces.
As observed by Wall et al [11] this diarised reflection also helps to evaluate the influence of the researcher on the participants and their responses and is considered an effective way to illuminate bias [12].
Muir's view of Waikato starts with his rather matter-of-fact, diarised observation from the window of his railway carriage on 16 January:
PolarEyes is not only a very personal journey to 'The Unknown Land of the South' diarised by the author as the narrator, but she manages to take every reader with her, as her sense of awe, wonder and curiosity pervades the text and includes the reader in her experience of this remote and fascinating continent.
He tells the diarised story of a Journeyman cotton spinner who itemised the 'grievances felt by working people, [including] the disruption of the traditional family economy; the discipline, monotony, hours and condition of work; loss of leisure and amenities; the reduction of the man to the status of an "instrument'" (1968:221-222).
The 'at show' activities will comprise of diarised appointments with exhibitors, attendance to educational sessions and hospitality at a variety of networking events during the two days, optimising the value of time spent out of the office.
The university says there is little research documented in a diarised form about the experiences of bullying in the workplace.
It creates structured records that link to asset maintenance and diarised events recording and will also flag pre-determined maintenance activities.
8am: Because my day is so full, all my client calls are diarised.
We diarised appointment times to work on specific aspects of the research which we guarded.