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The attacker's name didn't appear on the call-in log sheet for the date in question, and no one staffing the patrol booth that day had seen him enter the community.
Among the things he did was to establish log sheets for the manager to fill out showing the temperature inside the cooler and the temperatures of the appetizers inside.
Included with the DVD are a water bottle and a weekly log sheet to track your exercise, water and food consumption.
The program, called Stepping Out, includes a walking guide; a pedometer; weekly log sheets and a weekly planner, all intended to help patients adopt the exercise regime.
Benefits listed by Solarsoft include reduced paperwork through the use of online, continually updated work-to-lists, along with the removal of handwritten log sheets.
If a vehicle is identified as exceeding the speed limit by 10% or more (for example, 33mph or more in a 30pmh zone or 44mph in a 40mph zone) then the details of the vehicle will be recorded on the daily log sheet by the police.
Mr Sulwey's log sheet lacked comprehensive details and we believe he was not carrying out the proper security tours.
We had to sign a log sheet along with the date and the time.