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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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Well, maybe not that (although, arguably, Bluebook rule 17.
17) The idea to develop the Florida Style Manual came with the realization that The Bluebook did not specifically address Florida authorities and that citation of many state authorities, particularly those generated by the Florida Legislature, would be rendered almost meaningless if the conventional Bluebook citations forms were followed.
There has been a lot of criticism of The Bluebook over the years, primarily that it constantly changes, is not user-friendly, and its rules are overly complex and difficult to apply.
Like The Bluebook, the ALWD Guide has chapters on abbreviations, spelling, and capitalization, numbers, page numbers, sections and paragraphs, footnotes and endnotes, graphs and appendices, and full and short citations.