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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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The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, first published in 1926, was released in its 20th edition in summer 2015.
The latest word on citation is The Indigo Book: An Open and Compatible Implementation of a Uniform System of Citation. While indigo is a shade of blue, the WPA poster cover on The Indigo Book and its cover statement that it is not affiliated with The Bluebook clearly signal it is not The Bluebook.
(10) Preface, The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation VII (20th ed.).
The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation exemplifies hypertrophy in the anthropological sense.
Penelope Pether notes that "[n]ot only do the English lack a uniform system of citation (most law periodicals produce brief and idiosyncratic guides for contributors) but it is also possible to find within as well as among the journals significant variations in citation form." Penelope Pether, Discipline and Punish: Dispatches from the Citation Manual Wars and Other (Literally) Unspeakable Stories, 10 GRIFFITH L.
MCGAUGH & CHRISTINE HURT, INTERACTIVE CITATION WORKBOOK FOR THE BLUEBOOK: A UNIFORM SYSTEM OF CITATION (2006).
(33) Jonathan Jacobson, A Uniform System of Citation, 43 BROOK.
Id.; Peter Lushing, A Uniform System of Citation, 67 COLUM.
The hypertrophy of law is A Uniform System of Citation....").
Chen, Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue: The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 15th ed., 58 U.
(8.) See THE BLUEBOOK: A UNIFORM SYSTEM OF CITATION [sections] 1.2(c), at 23 (16th ed.
The good news is this: A year early, A Uniform System of Citation, a.k.a.