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Blue Book

(publication)
Informal name for one of the four standard references on the page-layout and graphics-control language PostScript. The other three official guides are known as the Green Book, the Red Book, and the White Book.

["PostScript Language Tutorial and Cookbook", Adobe Systems, Addison-Wesley 1985, (ISBN 0-201-10179-3)].

Blue Book

(publication)
Informal name for one of the three standard references on Smalltalk. This book also has green and red siblings.

["Smalltalk-80: The Language and its Implementation", David Robson, Addison-Wesley 1983, (ISBN 0-201-11371-63)].

Blue Book

(publication)
Any of the 1988 standards issued by the ITU-T's ninth plenary assembly. These include, among other things, the X.400 electronic mail specification and the Group 1 through 4 fax standards.

See also book titles.
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The Bluebook generally directs authors to indicate these changes by putting the new material in brackets.
Most legal scholars and writing professionals agree that The Bluebook is America's definitive style guide, like it or not.
"According to the consumer protection law and DED's Bluebook, the refund or exchange of most commercial items and some of the services are part of consumer rights."
The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation exemplifies hypertrophy in the anthropological sense.
"O2 is proud to support such a significant artwork that illustrates the importance of storing moments in time - a similar sentiment behind the creation of Bluebook.
First, the existence and the widespread use of The Bluebook emphatically underscore the legal community's fixation with citation and, by logical extension, its fixation with establishing authority.
The gain basis would seem to be whatever you sell your car for, whether the actual Bluebook value or FMV is greater, less, or nothing at all.
The Press aims to produce a representative series of Gothic Bluebooks, thus filling a scholastic gap created not by that tradition's lack of popularity but by the very physical fragility which fuelled the reputation of the trade Gothic as a source of ephemeral rather than quality texts.
Scholars have used revolutionary rhetoric to describe the significance of the Association of Legal Writing Director's decision to offer an alternative to The Bluebook, (27) and the conflict between, on the one hand, doctrinal (28) faculty and legal writing faculty and, on the other hand, legal writing faculty and students, has been explored in the scholarly literature.
The Bluebook stated of the Phillips curve in particular and the model in general: Expectations of inflation ...
With tattered Bluebook in hand, I poured through a quite brilliant interpretation of the Clean Water Act by the faint glow of an old yellow lamp that must have illuminated long nights for many editors before me.
The National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers (NAIFA) has teamed up with Bluebook International of Lake Forest, California to offer its NAIFA members cutting edge appraisal tools as part a new package of NAIFA Member Benefits.