Silver Book

Silver Book

(publication)
Jensen and Wirth's infamous "Pascal User Manual and Report", so called because of the silver cover of the widely distributed Springer-Verlag second edition of 1978 (ISBN 0-387-90144-2).

See also book titles, Pascal.
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In 1999 FIDIC published its 'Rainbow Suite' of contracts, which included, along with the FIDIC Red Book, the Yellow Book (Design and Build), the Silver Book (EPC) and the Green Book (Short Form).
Another inheritance which came to Ramona as a gift from her grandmother is a silver book case, once used to keep the holy Quran.
What we are seeing are semi-public organisations, such as the national Water Company and Saudi Railway Organisation, moving to use a form of the FIDIC contracts, whether the yellow, the red or the silver book," Niazi said.
I found it useful to read the Bridles book prior to the Silver book because of the in-depth chapter on "The Spread of the Horse in North America, 1494-1800".
The Queen attended on Thursday a Special Silver Book Roundtable to discuss the role of the private sector in nation building and encourage the Malaysian CEOs to share with their Arab counterparts their best practices and lessons learnt in the field.
99, all good bookshops, silver book mark, pounds 20, Ernest Jones (0800 389 5952)
This small, attractively produced black and silver book has very grand designs, which are founded on the one aforementioned poetic text.
In stark contrast, the FIDIC Silver Book (Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Projects) makes it the contractor's responsibility to obtain all necessary information in connection with physical conditions, and disclaims the employer's liability for the accuracy, sufficiency and completeness of information he makes available to the contractor.
There is also a silver book for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts.
The memory of the Amy Silver books is still fresh in her mind.
Cameron Silver books will be exclusively sold at Nobrand Agency, which initially brought Silver to Beirut.
Numerous projects in Iraq incorporate as the applicable conditions of contract, the General Conditions published by FIDIC in their Yellow and Silver Books ("the standard forms").