Blue Book

The catalogue of County Council services which governing bodies may decide to purchase each year.

Blue Book

Nickname given to Handbook of United States Coins, an annual price guide for collectors. The book has a blue cover, hence the nickname. Gives wholesale prices, or what dealers might pay for U.S. coins.
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blue book

[n] - a report published by the British government 2. [n] - a register of persons who are socially prominent 3. [n] - a blue-covered booklet used in universities for writing examinations
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Blue book

Blue' book` 1. A parliamentary publication, so called from its blue paper covers. [ Eng.] 2. The United States official 'Biennial Register.'
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blue book

noun a register of persons who are socially prominent
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Blue book

• A parliamentary publication, so called from its blue paper covers. • The United States official `Biennial Register.`
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Blue Book

Booklet of diplomatic correspondence published by the British government in late 1914, purporting to show that the war had been forced on Britain by Austria-Hungary and, in particular, Germany.
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Blue Book

[magazine] Blue Book was a popular 20th-century American magazine with a lengthy 70-year run under various titles from 1905 to 1975. It was a sibling magazine to Redbook. Launched as The Monthly Story Magazine, it was published under that title from May 1905 to August 1906 with a change to The Monthly Story Blue Book Magazine for issues fro...
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Blue Book

[CD standard] The Blue Book is a compact disc standard developed in 1995 by Philips and Sony. It defines the Enhanced Music CD format (E-CD, also known as CD-Extra, CD-Plus and CD+), which combines audio tracks and data tracks on the same disc. The format was created as a way to solve the problem of mixed mode CDs, which were not properly s...
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Blue Book

[United States Marine Corps] Blue Book is the commonly used name for a United States Marine Corps document officially known as Marine Corps Bulletin 1400 (MCBul 1400). MCBul 1400 serves to publish lineal precedence and seniority information on officers in the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. It is published annually by the U...
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Blue Book

[racing] The Blue Book is a publication of The Jockey Club (U.S.) which lists the highest standard of thoroughbred horseraces in the world, which are collectively known as Group races. Its publication is overseen and approved by the International Cataloguing Standards Committee (ICSC) of the Society of International Thoroughbred Auctioneers...
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Blue book

Blue book or bluebook is a term often referring to an almanac or other compilation of statistics and information. The term dates back to the 15th century, when large blue velvet-covered books were used for record-keeping by the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The term has a variety of other meanings: ==Academia and education== ==Construction== =...
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Blue Book

[FCC] On March 7, 1946 the Federal Communications Commission of the United States issued a report on Public Service Responsibility for Broadcast Licensees, nicknamed The Blue Book, reminding radio and television broadcasters of their commitment to public service. Even though the FCC`s only weapon was to revoke broadcast licenses, which rare...
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