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White Book

(language, publication)

White Book

(language, publication, file format)
The fourth book in Adobe Systems, Inc.'s PostScript series, describing the previously-secret format of Type 1 fonts. The other three official guides are known as the Blue Book, the Green Book, and the Red Book.

["Adobe Type 1 Font Format, version 1.1", Addison-Wesley, 1990 (ISBN 0-201-57044-0)].

White Book

(hardware, standard)

white book

(1) A laptop computer made from commonly available parts. See white box.

(2) (White Book) The documentation for the technical specification of Video CDs. See Video CD.
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Thirty percent of the program's mentors were pursuing a degree in child development or a related subject by the end of the evaluation (Burton and Whitebook 2000).
Laverty, Burton, Whitebook, and Bellm (2001) presented a report on child care and benefits in the United States, based upon information collected by the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics in 1999.
Previous studies have demonstrated that teacher education and training are positively correlated with children's developmental outcomes (Cost, Quality, & Child Outcomes Study Team, 1995; Whitebook et al.
Inadequate compensation has been identified over and over again as the strongest predictor of turnover among child care teachers (Phillips, Mekos, Scarr, McCartney, & Abbott-Shim, 2000; Whitebook & Bellm, 1999).
As the early childhood educational experiences of low-income children in the United States tend be of low quality (Phillips, Voran, Kisker, Howes, & Whitebook, 1994), and many intervention projects aimed at improving classroom quality by providing professional development training to teachers often have shown only modest improvements in quality (Fontaine, Torre, Grafwallner, & Underhill, 2006; Palsha & Wesley, 1998) and have not significantly affected children's development (Jackson et al.
ASI Computer Technologies, a leading channel provider of laptop PCs, will offer the drive in its new ASI C8015 whitebook system.
Our new partnership with ASI will provide their vast network of VARs, resellers and whitebook builders with access to our growing line of notebook cases and accessories.
Whitebook and Sakai (2003) identified three types of turnover: (1)job turnover, in which a teacher leaves a child care facility; (2) position turnover, in which a teacher moves to another classroom within the center agency; and (3) occupational turnover, in which a teacher leaves the child care field.
The SPP focuses on providing national, regional and local whitebox and whitebook system builders with the technical expertise and marketing resources needed to deliver Seagate storage to a broader range of customers.
Despite the growing concern regarding the quality of infant and toddler child care, several national studies indicate that infant care may be putting some children at risk (Galinsky, Howes, Kontos, & Shinn, 1994; Helburn, 1995; Whitebook, Howes, & Phillips, 1989).