phone book


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

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ENTERTAINERS at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival are to take on the challenge of making the phone book exciting.
Now in response to customer demand, BT has launched a dedicated link to The Phone Book online (www.
BT has apologised to Coventry businessman Joe Elliot after a mix-up in which the phone number of a Coventry pizza shop was printed instead of his company's in the new phone book.
He was initially allotted just enough time to tear apart one phone book until he ripped through five back-stage for Leno in 20 seconds.
Wade worked for five years for Nynex Yellow Pages when she saw an opportunity to develop her own phone book "and do it better and more efficiently," she said.
If your staff wastes precious time trying to locate patient records and information from other hospitals, order the Hospital Phone Book and streamline the process.
The phone book contains hundreds of numbers for everyone from her dry cleaner to friends such as Peter Lawford and Henry Fonda as well as ex-husbands Joe Dimaggio and Arthur Miller.
And a phone book links people to services, products and each other.
The studio moved quickly to secure the rights to the phone book but faced an unexpected hurdle: It was being represented by Hollywood super- agent Mike Ovitz.
If your staff wastes precious time trying to locate patient records and information from other hospitals, buy the Hospital Phone Book and streamline the process.
And they'll be expected to survive armed with just a T-shirt, shorts, phone book, phone and a pounds 1,500 survival budget.
For specific locations and information, call the Phone Book Recycling Hotline, 681-5080, then press BOOK (2665).
We are proud to be the only local phone book having served the Cache-Bridgerland area for more than 25 years.
He raised the phone book idea at The Daily Idahonian, but his editor did not take him up on it.