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  • According to blue-book, I'll have about $5,000 in equity over the buyout.

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  • On the other hand, even the gnarliest of student blue-book exams no longer makes me break a sweat.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Our criticism has never opened its arms wide enough to embrace all imaginative literature as poetry, and in the English sense nothing in the world's drama is denser or more unqualified prose than The Enemy of the People, without a tinge of romance or rhetoric, as "unideal" as a blue-book.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • Â I'm sure he had the ending in mind when he started, but it still feels a bit like when you're taking a blue-book test in high school or college and you haven't budgeted your time correctly and suddenly the professor announces that time's up and you try to wrap up in a few sentences without really making a cogent argument.

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  • The slam-bang judgments of modern life are like "Jeopardy!" questions; jury service is a blue-book exam, a term paper.

    Duty? Maybe It's Really Self-Help.

  • Yet the recent blue-book on the housing of Great Britain and Ireland has an eloquence of statistics proving that the homes of our country are not merely threatened but vigorously attacked and undermined.

    Fr. McNabb Speaks - Toward Social Thinking

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  • Last year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency shelled out $6,500 for a beat-up 1987 Ford Mercury with a blue-book value of $1,300.

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  • Afterwards, when I returned to Ireland, I wrote other articles for the same magazine, one of which, intended to be very savage in its denunciation, was on an official blue-book just then brought out, preparatory to the introduction of competitive examinations for the Civil Service.

    An Autobiography

  • The Major carried on his Committee over six weeks, and succeeded in having his blue-book printed; but, as a matter of course, nothing further came of it; and the Court of Chancery in the Mandarin Islands still continues to hold its own, and to do its work, in spite of the absurdities displayed in its construction.

    He Knew He Was Right

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