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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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Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a revised version of Government Auditing Standards (GAS), often referred to as the "Yellow Book" (http://www.gao.gov/yellowbook).
"The CDC Yellow Book is one avenue in which anyone who provides medical tourism services -- hospital administrators and staff, doctors, human resources professionals, government officials and travel and hospitality interests - can use to identify trends, important protocols and reference practical advice to give to their clients."
The Yellow Book Guide to the Gardens of England and Wales Open For Charity (PS9.99) might look a little like a telephone directory stuffed with page after page of names and addresses relieved by the occasional illustration, but it packs more twists and turns than your average cheap thriller.
Because we wanted to identify spread into new dengue-endemic zones, we limited our analyses to areas that were identified as having no known dengue risk in the 2010 Yellow Book but that were contiguous with [greater than or equal to] 1 risk areas in the 2010 Yellow Book.
* In response to cells to the Yellow Book technical assistance line on how to determine whether an engagement is a form of attest, the proposed standards more clearly delineate between types of engagements.
After winning a council garden competition for five years in a row Mrs Lewis set her sights on the Yellow Book.
IF you love visiting gardens pop the National Gardens Scheme's Yellow Book of the gardens that open for charity in England and Wales in your car's glove box.
Maybe this yellow book is one of a few that survived,
The 2010 edition of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's "Yellow Book" on health information for international travelers is now available online (www.cdc.gov/travel) and in hard copy.
That's the theme as the National Gardens Scheme launches the NGS Yellow Book 2009 - aiming to raise a record pounds 3 million for cancer charities.