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a directory containing an alphabetical list of telephone subscribers and their telephone numbers

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Officials forHawaiianTelcom Yellow Pages and its sales agent say over 170,000 old phone books wererecycled in Oahu in 2013.
Formerly a project of the Bolton Garden Club, the phone book became a major initiative of Bolton Local after the Garden Club voted last year to dissolve and become part of Bolton Local.
To opt out of all phone books, the DEQ says, go to www.
A BRITISH paralympic star from the Midlands is to be the face of Birmingham's new BT phone book.
The deal means the door-drop marketing firm is now the biggest single distributor of phone books in the UK.
UK phone books between 1880 and 1984 can be accessed at Ancestry.
The contents of 1,780 different British phone books published between 1880 and 1984 are nowavailable on line as a result of a 26-month digitisation project.
We saw an opportunity here because there hasn't been anything quite like the community phone book we are producing," said Crawley, 32, now president of Rocky Mountain Community Directories.
SIM technology company Bluefish Technologies has launched a SIM-based application that can provide mobile users with multiple phone books.
The sculpture, which includes a pond with a water lily, frogs, caterpillars and fish as well as a picnic table and benches was constructed using out-of-date Yellow Pages phone books.
Findexa AS, which publishes Norway's phone books and databases, told the 82-year-old that it was against the rules for a widow to use her late husband's name because the person who pays for the phone service is the person who must be listed.
4 raw eggs * modeling clay * phone books or other heavy books * a board large enough to hold the books (such as a large, thin chopping block)
5) Obtain the inexpensive handbooks, guidebooks, phone books, agency organization charts etc.
Customers say there have been problems since An Post stopped delivering the phone books in 1997.
Ferrell said local residents and business people expressed an interest in maintaining separate phone books for Fayetteville Springdale and Rogers-Benronville-Bella Vista.