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a list of people who are out of favor

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With pressure mounting from several directions, Black Book found that 73% of all surveyed hospitals and health systems over 300 beds are now looking outside for technology solutions from applications development to complex infrastructure services, with a much wider lens.
Black Book Rankings conducted its revenue cycle management outsourcing and software/technology user polls to determine the highest-ranked client experience vendors for 2015.
Black Book estimates this number to surge more than 50 percent by year-end 2019.
The Los Angeles Black Book Expo through their fiscal sponsor, the African Diaspora Foundation, a 501(c) (3) organization.
The ruling which suspends the printing of the Black Book is meaningless because the Presidency of the Republic has enough copies and does not need to print more," he added.
auto loan and lease ABS, according to a new report developed by Black Book and Fitch Ratings.
Auto Business News-March 15, 2011--Canadian Black Book honours Toyota Motor Corporation and Lexus(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Black Book research editor, Mark Bulmer, said: "Buyers spent December attempting to stock up and this was not only driven by the desire to beat an anticipated January rise in values.
The Little Black Book of Maui & Kauai is a pocket-sized, hardcover travel guide with a spiral binding enabling it to lay flat for easy reference.
The Black Book is a primary source offering a glimpse into the minute inner workings of American politics over three generations.
A do-it-yourself activity book for grown-ups, "The Little Black Book For Blue People" comes with a box of 12 coloring pencils so that the reader of this little spiral bound pocket book story of a girl who could not remember of ever being happy can color in the picture illustrations by Susan and Annie Losinske that accompany this little storybook about dealing with the problems of life that can (and often do) result in occasional depression and chronic dissatisfaction.
He had every reason to believe that capturing one of the most coveted prizes in publishing was well within the realm of possibility--even for a so-called "serious black book.
FORGET the ones filled with guy's numbers, the only Little Black Book the modern girl needs is this fantastic one from luxury cosmetics company Philosophy.
Amid dozens of artworks stridently addressing the politics of identity at the infamously "PC" 1993 Whitney Biennial, Glenn Ligon's Notes on the Margin of the Black Book took a more elliptical and ambiguous approach.
It's known in the industry that when a black book comes out on a mainstream publisher, it's like Publishing 101--the author's got to go back and explain how to sell these books," says Reid.