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.
Blue book refers to a publication of Kelley Blue Book, Inc. or one of the model references that is used to come to the value of used vehicles. The value so obtained is also known as the "Blue Book Value". Wholesale as well as retail value of each vehicle can be obtained through this method.
This term refers to the Kelley Blue Book which is an industry guide used by dealers to estimate wholesale and retail vehicle prices. The books are issued by many organizations, and are commonly available on the Internet or in the reference sections of public libraries. It is important to note that the books are not always blue in color.
The CIBJO Blue Book is a definitive set of standards for the grading, methodology and nomenclature standards for diamonds, coloured gemstones and pearls, in which the latter incorporates all organic materials.
Blue book is used to come to the value of used vehicles. Kelley Blue Book, Inc. or one of the model references began to be used for finding the value of used vehicles. The value obtained through this method is known as the "Blue Book Value".
Formally, it refers to the Kelley Blue Book, an industry guide dealers use to estimate wholesale and retail vehicle pricing. In common parlance, "the blue book price" can actually refer to a price looked up in one of the many guides to pricing. The books now come in a variety of hues, are issued by many organizations, and are commonly available online or in the reference sections of public libraries.
A publication of Kelley Blue Book, Inc. and one of several standard references used to determine the value of used vehicles. The value is sometimes called the "Blue Book Value". A Blue Book typically reports wholesale value and retail value for each vehicle.
The Blue Book is a publication of The Jockey Club (U.S.) which lists the highest standard of thoroughbred horseraces in the world, which are collectively known as Group races. It's publication is overseen and approved by The International Cataloguing Standards Committee (ICSC) of the Society of International Thoroughbred Auctioneers (SITA). The ICSC plays a central role as regulator of international stakes quality, and provides a process for requests to have races sanctioned as Group races.
Blue Book is the commonly used name for a United States Marine Corps document officially known as Marine Corps Bulletin 1400 (MCBul 1400). MCBul 1400 serves to publish lineal precedence and seniority information on officers in the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S.
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.
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.
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).