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Black Book

An optical disc that does not follow the standards for DVD, CD or Blu-ray players. Most video games for PlayStation, Xbox and similar consoles are stored and sold on black book discs.
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The rankings were published in the Black Book Rankings 2015 User Survey: Top Outsourcing Vendors Revenue Cycle Management & Analytics Hospital Corporations, Chains, Systems, IDNs and ACOs; the Black Book Market Research 2015 User Survey: Top Software & Technology Vendors Revenue Cycle Management & Analytics (Large Hospitals & Medical Centers Over 200 Beds); and the 2015 Black Book Computer Assisted Coding and Medical Record Outsourcing: Top Ranked Managed Services Vendors (Small, Community and Large Hospitals, Hospital Systems/Chains, IDNs and ACOs).
Black Book also measured the user satisfaction of value-based care financial services and software vendors on 18 key performance indicators, and in four functional areas of end-to-end ACO financial solutions.
The Tunis Court of First Instance ordered, on Wednesday, to suspend the printing, the sales and distribution of the Black Book, said the spokesperson of the Public Prosecutor at the court of First Instance Sofien Sliti.
According to Black Book, vehicle depreciation rates averaged just under 13% in 2012 (below the historical range of 15%-18%).
Canadian Black Book has recognised Japan-based Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM) (LSE: TYT) (TYO: 7203) and its subsidiary Lexus with the 'Best Retained Value Awards'.
But most importantly, both books benefited from an asset that is becoming increasingly fundamental to successful black book publishing: extensive publicity and media coverage.
Their Little Black Book in ``The Supercools'' is the latest addition to the range of slimline make-up palettes which already includes the best-selling ``Supernaturals'' and is perfect for girls on the go who haven't time to be carrying around truckloads of make-up.
Such work draws on many of the artist's earliest ventures, from his well-known minimally painted appropriations of texts culled from all manner of black history (James Baldwin's prose, or Richard Pryor's jokes) to his Notes on the Margins of the Black Book.
There's the conspiratorial part of me that thinks these imprints are just a way of ghettoizing black books and--when the market dips, as all markets must--to eliminate them," says Chris Jackson, a black editor at Random House.
According to the 3Q03 version of the industry-standard IDC Black Book, to be released this week, worldwide IT spending is set for 5% growth to $916 billion in 2004, while spending on telecom services will show 4% growth to $1 trillion.
More than 750 years after it was written by a mediaeval monk, the Black Book of Carmarthen is now on the world wide web.