Little Blue Book


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A pocket-sized directory of local physician, pharmacy, and hospital contact information
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"THE LITTLE BLUE BOOK" has been an office standard as long as I've been in practice.
Filled with briefings and meetings on topics as diverse as acquisition program updates and personnel boards, she also made time to provide a recording for the "Little Blue Book" mobile application.
Chairman Hunt with his little Blue Book is off his hospital trolley if he doesn't realise most people work hard already.
IN the Telegraph on July 15, we once again have more words from "Tim Fisher's Little Blue Book".
The Little Blue Book: The Essential Guide to Thinking and Talking Democratic offers Democrats language to communicate their moral values clearly, discussing the underlying issues of our time from the economy to food policy and offering in-depth analysis of the ways that extreme conservative positions have permeated political discourse.
Chairman Dave with his Little Blue Book lecturing low income families, Chinese-style, on how many kids they can have is the political eugenics of a desperate leader.
Mao, the leader of Blue China, wrote the Little Blue Book (Bill Clinton, the leader of the United States, wrote the little black book) which was carried by the Revolutionary Blue Guard as they sang the Blue China anthem, "The East is Blue." And everyone knows that the flags of countries like the former Soviet Union, the Peoples' Republic of China, and North Korea are a brilliant, striking blue, just like the caps of the Jacobins.
The little blue book, which is now required reading for all ISF members, explains the obligations and ethical standards to be followed by all policemen.
In his book, Le Petit Livre Bleu - The Little Blue Book - Antoine BuAeno has said that the tribe of little blue creatures is 'steeped in Stalinism and Nazism' and that their leader Papa Smurf, 'shows very authoritarian and paternalistic characteristics'.
Haldeman-Julius's sales figures bore out his conviction that the middle and working class buyers of his Little Blue Books were attracted not by the authors' prestige and certainly not by the modest paper covers of their purchases but by the sheer information contained within; by mid-1930, the same year I'll Take My Stand was published, Haldeman-Julius had sold his two hundred millionth Little Blue Book (Herder, "Education" 199).
She had this little blue book, her diary, and in it there are all the images of all of the Doctors and all of their adventures.