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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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The printed Blue Book deserves to celebrate its centennial, and more.
Although the Appeal had occasionally had runs of a million copies or more, the old job presses were incapable of turning out Blue Books at a rate commensurate with demand.
To Haldeman-Julius and millions of readers, the Little Blue Books symbolized free inquiry, alike in format but opposed to the standardization of public opinion and the routinization of factory life.
The Blue Book is committed to meeting the needs of the construction community," explains Jeff Fandl, Editor of The Blue Book.
Since 1913, The Blue Book of Building and Construction has provided the industry's most comprehensive database of general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers working within the commercial construction industry.
will also include the task of continued work with the electronic Blue Book vendor to ensure this web
educational tool incorporates the next version of the Blue Book.
The Mobile Device Blue Book is published monthly and contains the following information about the mobile devices available on the major U.
Featuring all twenty-two Blue Book regional directories, thebluebook.
Slated for a record distribution of its print directories in January 2001, The Blue Book will further expand its online content in August of 2001 with the launch of nine new regional directories on thebluebook.