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Journal may refer to:
- a written medium, for instance:
- a computer-generated list of accounting transactions with debit and credit columns
- Journal (computing), a chronological record of data processing
- Journal (mechanical device), the section of a rotating shaft that contacts and turns in a plain bearing
- Mining journal, a record systematically describing the strata through which a mine shaft passes (see shaft mining)
- Journal entry, an accounting transaction in the double-entry bookkeeping system
- The Journal, several publications and TV programs that carry this name
- Journals (album), 2013 compilation album by Justin Bieber containing his Music Monday weekly series with additional tracks added
- Journals (Cobain), a collection of writings by Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, published in 2002
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