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Blue book

This article is about the pricing book genre, for the magazine see Blue Book (magazine)

Blue book or bluebook is a term often referring to an almanac or other compilation of statistics and information. The term dates back to the 15th century, when large blue velvet-covered books were used for record-keeping by the Parliament of the United Kingdom.[1]

The term has a variety of other meanings:

Contents

  • Academia and education 1
  • Construction 2
  • Computing and technology 3
  • Engineering 4
  • Government and finance 5
    • Mexico 5.1
    • United Kingdom 5.2
    • United States 5.3
  • Jewellery 6
  • Legal 7
  • Literature 8
  • Media 9
  • Science 10
  • Sports 11
  • Transportation 12
  • Other publications 13
  • See also 14
  • References 15
  • External links 16

Academia and education

  • The Yale College Programs of Study, referred to as the Blue Book[2]
  • Blue book exam, a type of test involving writing an essay, typically into a pamphlet – traditionally blue colored – called a "blue book"
  • The Blue Book, A set of compiled notes taken during lecturers given by Ludwig Wittgenstein while at Cambridge

Construction

Chicago Construction Blue Book from 2003
  • The Blue Book Building and Construction Network, a yellow pages-like source of company information in commercial construction since 1913, which contains information on architects, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, and other companies relevant to the commercial bidding process[3]

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Computing and technology

Engineering

  • Blue Book Design Guide to BS 5950-1, a design book for structural steel element design

Government and finance

Mexico

  • State of Veracruz, Facts about Mexico, The Country of the Future, The Blue Book of Mexico / Estado de Veracruz, Verdades sobre México, El País del Porvenir, El Libro Azul de México, bilingual book originally published in 1923 when the bad times of the Mexican Revolution seemed to be over and the future looked promising; reprinted in the 1990s (Edición facsimilar de la Editora del Gobierno del Estado)

United Kingdom

United States

Jewellery

  • Blue Book, the Tiffany & Co. catalog first published in 1845
  • The CIBJO World Jewellery Confederation Blue Book, a three-part publication outlining terminology, classification and ethical guidelines for coloured gemstones, diamonds and pearls

Legal

  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, a style guide that prescribes the most widely used legal citation system in the United States

Literature

  • The included Blue Book notes in the 1958 first published book of Ludwig Wittgenstein's collective academic works Preliminary Studies for the "Philosophical Investigations"

Media

Science

Sports

Transportation

  • Aircraft Bluebook, a digest that covers the price and condition of used general aviation aircraft in the U.S; the Aircraft Bluebook Rating Scale (or "Bluebook scale") is used in the aviation industry to rate the condition of used aircraft.
  • Automobile Blue Book
  • Big Blue Book, also known as The Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair
  • Kelley Blue Book, an automotive appraisal guide from the company of the same name; it is the United States' largest automotive vehicle valuation company
  • The nickname of the annual publication of the UK's Motor Sports Association

Other publications

  • The Blue Book, a tourist guide to the San Antonio Sporting District (the red-light district of San Antonio, Texas), published in 1911
  • A common name of the Handbook of United States Coins by Richard S. Yeoman
  • One of the Blue and Brown Books, sets of notes taken during lectures conducted by the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein between 1933 and 1935
  • Service Club Directory, also known as "The Blue Book", club guide published in Gainesville, Florida, by Brenda Merkley, published from 1985 to present day
  • MacRae's Blue Book, an industrial directory published since 1893, is produced by Owen Media Partners[11]
  • Handbook of Permitted Conventions for the English Bridge Union

See also

References

  1. ^ Preface, Tennessee Blue Book, 2007-2008 edition, page vii.
  2. ^ http://catalog.yale.edu/ycps/
  3. ^ "The Blue Book Building and Construction Network". thebluebook.com. 
  4. ^ The Blue Book Building and Construction Network
  5. ^  , an influential textbook on circuit complexity, commonly known as the "Blue Book". Also available for download (PDF) at the Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity.
  6. ^ Oxford English Dictionary. 
  7. ^ Matthew M. Aid and Cees Wiebes, Secrets of Signals Intelligence During the Cold War: From Cold War to Globalization, First Edition (2001), Frank Cass Publishers. ISBN 0-7146-5176-1
  8. ^ James Bryce and Arnold Toynbee, The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1916, Documents Presented to Viscount Grey of Falloden by Viscount Bryce, Uncensored Edition (2000), Gomidas Institute, Taderon Press. ISBN 0-9535191-5-5
  9. ^ http://www.bluebookservices.com
  10. ^ "Books by author Mitchell P. Davis". Goodreads. 
  11. ^ http://www.macraesbluebook.com/pages/about.cfm

External links

  • State Blue Books. American Library Association's Government Documents Roundtable (GODORT)
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