REGISTER, v. To record formally and exactly; to enroll; to enter precisely in a list or the like. To make correspond exactly one with another; to fit correctly in a relative position; to be in correct alignment one with another. An officer authorized by law to keep a record called a "register" or "registry;" as the register for the probate of wills.

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Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Edition, page 1448:

REGISTER, v. To record formally and exactly; to enroll; to enter precisely in a list or the like. Los Angeles County v. Craig, 38 Cal.App.2d 58, 100 P.2d 818, 820. To make correspond exactly one with another; to fit correctly in a relative position; to be in correct alignment one with another. Cover v. Schwartz, Cust. & Pat. App., 28 C.C.P.A. 831, 116 F.2d 512, 515.

REGISTER, n. An officer authorized by law to keep a record called a “register” or “registry;” as the register for the probate of wills.

A book containing a record of facts as they occur, kept by public authority; a register of births, marriages, and burials.

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