Definitions for "Blue book"
Blue book shows the wholesale and retail value of a used automobile.
A baby blue composition book that can be bought in the bookstore and used for written parts of exams. Commons: (A.K.A. Stone Ridge) Off-campus apartments owned by the Ship Foundation, located just behind the Seth Grove Stadium
(Historical) The document describing the Network Independent File Transfer Protocol ( NIFTP) designed to allow the transfer of files from one computer to another computer, as used in the UK academic and research community. See Coloured Books.
Keywords:  sony, philips, enhanced, extra, cdv
The United States official "Biennial Register."
Document that defines the CD Extra (enhanced music CD)
One of the 'colored books' from Philips & Sony that defines the Enhanced Music CD ( CD Extra) for audio and data.
an almanac An almanac (sometimes spelled almanack) is an annual publication containing tabular information in a particular field or fields often arranged according to the calendar
an almanac or similar reference work
Term referring to the Federal Geodetic Control Subcommittee publication "Input Formats and Specifications of the National Geodetic Survey Data Base" which defines the file formats for data submission to the National Geodetic Reference System.
Code name given to USAF investigation into UFO activity that began in 1952 and closed in 1959.
Air Force program during the 1950s and 60s to record data concerning UFO intelligence's or sightings.
The findings of the Adjudications Tribunal issued on September 23rd, 1996, being revised proposals for agreement on the pay and conditions of nurses referred to in the Labour Court recommendation LCR 1545O, dated 7th March 1997.
Nickname for PWQO and related MOE water quality policy called Water Management Policies, Guidelines, Provincial Water Quality Objectives of the MOE.
Commonly used name for A Uniform System of Citation (16th edition 1996).
Directory of state agencies and governments; latest edition of GAAFR
the document describing a File Transfer Protocol used in the UK academic and research community which was implemented on a wide range of computers and which allowed file transfers between dissimilar computers. Also known as Network Independent File Transfer Protocol (NIFTP). Now mostly superseded by Internet protocols (see FTP).
a register of persons who are socially prominent
a list of socially prominent people
A parliamentary publication, so called from its blue paper covers.
a public record containing maps of land, showing the division of the land into streets, blocks, and lots and indicating the measurements of the individual parcels.
A publication used for the determination of values for used automobiles and trucks.
Keywords:  takeover, code, see
See Takeover Code (The)
The catalogue of County Council services which governing bodies may decide to purchase each year.
See Annual Statement.
(the) - the annual volume of reports to the General Assembly