minute book

Definitions of "minute book"
  1. A record where written accounts of meetings are kept
  2. The official document that captures the decisions and actions of a corporation's stockholders and directors
How to use "minute book" in a sentence
  1. The secretary forgot to bring the minute book to the board meeting, making it hard to refer to previous decisions.
  2. As a new director, Sarah referred to the minute book to understand the history of the company's decisions.
  3. Regular entries in the minute book help in maintaining a clear track of all the actions taken in the meetings.

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