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a report published by the British government

a register of persons who are socially prominent

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a blue booklet used in universities for writing examinations

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The Bluebook signals the importance of quotations in legal writing by devoting Rule 5--a full-blown, top-level, no-decimal-point rule--to the subject.
The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, first published in 1926, was released in its 20th edition in summer 2015.
(32.) Contacting Us, THE BLUEBOOK (last visited Nov.
"While retailers are free to adopt any of the commerce policies, DED will follow the regulations cited in the Bluebook which include product warranties, refunds, exchange policies and the bill," he said.
The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation BY THE COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW, THE HARVARD LAW REVIEW, THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW, AND THE YALE LAW JOURNAL CAMBRIDGE, MASS.: THE HARVARD LAW REVIEW ASSOCIATION, 19TH ED., 2010, PP.
Entry forms and rules are available at bluebook.state .or.us.
Telefonica O2 in the UK and Spain, offer Critical Path's phone back up solution under the "Bluebook" and "Copiagenda" brands in those countries.
Curry, TACEI East Tennessee Liaison and Chairman of the Conference Planning Committee, introduced the Tennessee Bluegrass Bluebook Boys from Hamblen County, Tennessee.
Bluebook value, in very good condition, is listed at $190.
The artwork links with the mobile phone providers Bluebook - a service that saves contacts and automatically stores photos and texts.
As it remains the dominant guide to law review citation, (65) The Bluebook provides a unique window into how this anxiety of authority has become embedded within the language of the law review genre.
Do you go on the Kelley Bluebook website (www.kbb.com) and say your car was in great shape as opposed to fair or poor shape?
Zittaw Press, therefore, must be thanked for giving us, if not the chance to hold an absolute representation of the original article, at least the opportunity to read an authentic text in a feasible simulacrum of a bluebook. For those who have only viewed bluebooks in the tattered, foxed, stained and often rebound condition that they exist in today, these reprints may come as quite a shock.
Robert Berring has observed that The Bluebook, (20) for many years the only legal citation manual and still self-styled as "the definitive style guide for legal citation in the United States," (21) "has inflicted more pain on more law students than any other publication in legal history." (22)
As an illustration of this view, consider the simulation using the Board of Governors FRB/US model reported in the January 28, 2000, Bluebook (Board of Governors 2000b) prepared for the February 2, 2000, FOMC meeting.