The first blue book
focused on the reach of yoga and on the provinces and cities where it had the most following.
The "China Power Sector Blue Book
: Towards a Cleaner Future" provides a strategic and comprehensive view of the power sector in China, and will be shortly followed by a detailed report on the five largest independent power producers (IPPs) in China.
That all changed in 2001, when Blue Book
Publications brought out the first edition of the Blue Book
This is the most important lesson she taught me--a lesson I now think about every time I ask students to bring blue books
to class for an exam.
The clear implication is that state officials have considered suspending publication of the actual Blue Book
, the one with bound and printed pages, in favor of screens full of pixels.
This stress on instrumental knowledge and self-help is, perhaps, what most differentiates the Little Blue Books
from other contemporaneous efforts to popularize culture.
Cool sure has come a long way, says Jack Nerad, executive editorial director and executive market analyst for Kelley Blue Book
. Our annual Coolest New Cars Under $18,000 is one of Kelley Blue Books
longest-running lists, and its incredible to see all of the amazing tech features and amenities you can get on an affordable car these days compared to a decade ago.
Steve has even published a separate book entitled "The Blue Book
of Tactial Firearms Values," which lists almost 200 current AR-15 firearms manufacturers.
Her husband had a copy of the National Automobile Dealers Association's (NADA) "blue book
." The publication, which is actually yellow-colored, appraises what vehicles are worth.
Hyundai Motor was named the overall brand winner in the 2016 Kelley Blue Books
5-Year Cost to Own Awards.
3) Promote sales of current and all former Blue Books
Now in its 40th Edition, the "Blue Book
of Gun Values" has become preeminent, surpassing in popularity and scope all other firearms price guides.