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blue bookalso blue·book (blo͞o′bo͝ok′)
1. An official list of persons in the employ of the US government.
2. A book listing the names of socially prominent people.
3. A blank notebook with blue covers in which to write the answers to examination questions.
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1. a register or directory, esp. of socially prominent persons.
2. a blank book for taking college examinations, usu. with a blue cover.
3. a manual listing the current market value of any of various consumer items, as appliances.
4. a British government publication bound in a blue cover.
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|Noun||1.||blue book - a report published by the British government; bound in blue|
|2.||blue book - a register of persons who are socially prominent|
directory - an alphabetical list of names and addresses
|3.||blue book - a blue booklet used in universities for writing examinations|
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