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white pages

pl.n.
A volume or section of a telephone directory that alphabetically lists the names of people and sometimes businesses.
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white′ pag`es


n.pl.
(often caps.) a telephone directory or section of a directory listing subscribers alphabetically, usu. printed on white paper. Compare yellow pages.
[1950–55]
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Noun1.white pages - a telephone directory or section of a directory (usually printed on white paper) where the names of people are listed alphabetically along with their telephone numberswhite pages - a telephone directory or section of a directory (usually printed on white paper) where the names of people are listed alphabetically along with their telephone numbers
phone book, phonebook, telephone book, telephone directory - a directory containing an alphabetical list of telephone subscribers and their telephone numbers
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On the white pages I grouped Sunday-School cards and advertising cards which I had brought from my `old country.' Fuchs got out the old candle-moulds and made tallow candles.
Yet we do not need to read the words aloud, the sight of the black letters on the white page is enough.
Divisions and multiplications grew under his fingers; the figures were like hail on the white page. Barbicane watched him, while Michel Ardan nursed a growing headache with both hands.
One of the most frequent topics of conversation between the two friends was Assurance of salvation: Silas confessed that he could never arrive at anything higher than hope mingled with fear, and listened with longing wonder when William declared that he had possessed unshaken assurance ever since, in the period of his conversion, he had dreamed that he saw the words "calling and election sure" standing by themselves on a white page in the open Bible.
As the official white pages publisher for AT&T, YP offers a variety of choices for accessing the free YP Real White PagesSM including:
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Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said that the white pages do not represent the readiness of the press to debate.
For the true tiny artist, each double-page spread consists of white pages with four easy, bold patterns per food item such as an apple, taco, and pizza.
According to the company, Truvo's searchable content includes yellow pages (Pages d'Or), white pages (Pages Blanches), news content from hln.be, weather from Meteo, a mobile web search, as well as ringtones and wallpapers.
The white pages serve as the main focus of the text in the classroom (the so-called 'activity book').
All of the search options, including searching for people in the AKO white pages, are available in the left navigation bar on every page.
Highly portable with a comb binding, the All-in-One Directory: 2006 is in it's 35th Edition is organized into White Pages (publications index, business papers, trade press, farm publications, general consumer magazines, and a "Note on Use of Editor Names"); Yellow Pages (AP/UPI/news syndicates, daily newspapers, weekly newspapers, the Black and Hispanic press); Grey Pages (television network and news headquarters, cable networks and services, television stations/Hispanic TV, radio networks/services, AM-FM radio stations, and Black and Hispanic radio).