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yellow book

a publication of the London Stock Exchange setting out the requirements to be met for the admission of securities to listing. Since the Financial Services Act 1986, its provisions have official legislative status in that they are ‘listing rules' for the purposes of the Act. This will continue to be the case under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. See FINANCIAL SERVICES LAW.
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For travelers and clinicians who want to take the Yellow Book with them, a new mobile app with the complete 2016 edition will be available for purchase on iOS and Android devices in September.
Stephano encouraged industry professionals to use the 2015 CDC Yellow Book to build upon the congress experience and direct questions to Joanna Gaines, who will speak at the World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress on the collection and effective use of data to manage health populations.
The second version is a copy of the "as printed" Yellow Book.
Although the next edition of the Yellow Book is nearly complete, online information is updated continuously.
The payment is the largest agents commission fee paid out since the Yellow Book was launched by Industrious a year ago.
When we called on Chambers he gave us a copy of the Yellow Book and invited us inside to explain his "philosophy".
Geoffrey Smerdon and my definitive biography of Richard Le Gallienne, which is not only rich in Yellow Book references and data, but contains also a catalogue of Le Gallienne's writings.
The Yellow Book turns on these paradoxical stances at the close of the century, but Mahon's genius lies in the ways in which he complements the intricacy of his verse with a playful irony.
The Yellow Book Network was the top-gaining site in the United States for March 2008, according to comScore, a leader in measuring the digital world.
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The 2007 revision of the Yellow Book (also known as generally accepted government auditing standards) is full of significant requirements that make it the toughest collection of audit standards out there.
Yellow Book Network Sees Unique Visitors More than Double versus Year Ago