Blue Book

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Blue Book

A book containing regulatory compliance data, produced by the FDA until its discontinuation in October 2002.

Graduate education-UK
A book which provided information about posts to train as a surgeon.

A book (now a downloadable pdf file) produced by the British Orthopaedic Association, titled Primary Total Hip Replacement: A Guide to Good Practice.

A series of authoritative, concise illustrated reference books produced by the World Health Organisation which cover neoplasms of all major organ systems.
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William Durant's phenomenal best seller, The Story of Philosophy, sold briskly in its original, multi-volume Blue Book form.
But for now, as a taster, we publish below excerpts from Jeremy Silvester's excellent paper (published two years ago) about the background to the compilation and destruction of the Blue Book.
an interactive Internet training session on The New Blue Book (to be offered this fall);
Blue Book for the Office of the Secretary of State.
Not surprisingly, Marion County ties with Multnomah and Deschutes in having three covers, because it's the site of the state Capitol, a natural subject for a Blue Book cover photo.
The Blue Book of Gun Values is a great desk reference, but once it went past 2,000 pages, it wasn't much for carrying around a gun show.
BIA President Jim Roche said, "Because we are New Hampshire's statewide chamber of commerce and are very active in the public policy arena, the Blue Book is a great fit for the BIA and will complement our existing legislative pocket directory.
Kelley Blue Book has included South Korea-based Hyundai Motor Company (Hyundai) (KSE: 005380) in the 'Top 5 most-considered automotive brands' amongst new-car buyers.
Blue Book Publications is displaying the millionth book at trade shows.
To guarantee your subscription to The Blue Book please send the name to be included, with a cheque for pounds 19.
By examining the history of GFOA's Blue Book on accounting, auditing, and financial reporting, this article provides an overview of the background behind governmental accounting organizations, guidelines, and principles.