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bluebook

in UK Parliamentary procedure, a government publication bound in a stiff blue paper cover: usually the report of a royal commission or a committee.
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If a writer does decide to use a parallel citation to an Internet source, The Bluebook states that "[a] site's Internet address (known as a 'Uniform Resource Locator' or 'URL') should point readers directly to the source cited rather than to an intervening page of links.
If not available on either a commercial electronic database or in a slip opinion, cite to services, periodicals, or the Internet using Bluebook Rules 19, 16, and 18.
but see," "contra"), and The Bluebook offers a set of definitions.
For example, the Bluebook uses the apostrophe in forming some abbreviations, while ALWD drops the apostrophe and ends all abbreviations with a period.
These forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties, and other factors, some of which are beyond the control of Bluebook, are difficult to predict and could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed above.
The BlueBook was developed to support Sage's mission promoting reuse over electronics recycling, said Sage CEO Robert Houghton.
The final version of the Bluebook will be issued and implemented in June.
800 has been fairly static, The Bluebook has been revised on a schedule of once every five years, most recently in the new 18th edition.
The LifeCache product suite is currently powering operator services including T-Mobile MyAlbum, Telefonica-O2 Bluebook messaging and album service, U.
However, in case of any violation, penalties are imposed on the trader in accordance with the regulations in the Bluebook, he added.
This one was sold by J K Thoroughbreds and is a half-sister to four winners, while the grand-dam is a half-sister to the Hardwicke winner Jupiter Island and Precocious (Gimcrack, Molecomb and Norfolk) as well as the Queen Mary winner Pushy, who produced 13 winners including Bluebook and Myself.
Published by the Harvard Law Review Association in conjunction with law review journals at Yale, Columbia, and the University of Pennsylvania, the Bluebook has been the preeminent authority on proper citation form for more than 70 years.