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White pages

A directory service for locating individuals by name (by analogy with the telephone directory). The Internet supports several databases that contain basic information about users, such as electronic mail addresses, telephone numbers and postal addresses. These databases can be searched to get information about particular individuals. See Knowbot, Netfind, whois, X.500, finger.
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Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said that the white pages do not represent the readiness of the press to debate.
To help line up the borders, loosely weave the top coloured strip through the top of the black and white page. (Weaving means taking your coloured strip UNDER the first black and white strip and over the next strip, under and over, till you reach the end.) Position the pages, and when you are satisfied they line up, glue the borders onto the coloured background paper.
The thick glossy white pages, expressive drawing, bright colours and clean design are trade-marks of the accomplished author/illustrator.
According to the London daily Elaph, the title of Maya's first song will be "Waraqa Bayda" (White Page).
Then I thought about signing the page, but one lonesome signature doesn't do much on a single white page. Instead I decided to sign it one thousand times.
For instance, once a visitor submits the information request form, he's dumped into a blank white page that says, "Thank you" and then asks him to click again to get back into the site.
Defying traditional notions of word and space, the poet boldly asks readers at the bottom of a white page "So you want to write ...?
The realistic drawings, done against a blank white page, can be spooky.
It reads: "They are the ink that gives the white page a meaning." This panel is accompanied by three others that are formally similar, but where the sentence varies: "We are the ink that gives the white page a meaning," and the interrogative "Why must we be the ink that gives the white page a meaning?" Finally, echoing Genet's own qualification, the last quote cautions, "When I said that we were the ink that gives the white page a meaning, that was too easy an image." Ligon subverts the outsider designation they, when he comps on the quotation with the pronoun we, thereby repersonalizing the text.
This strategy, coupled with advertisements that rarely contained more than a simple logo or name floating on a white page (or once, on the cover), reinforced the ambivalence of BC's own brand status.
Across the centre of a blank white page it read: "I love you Kate, it's as simple as that."