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Blue Book

A publication estimating the value of automobiles. It is especially known for used vehicles, but is also provides values for new cars, motor homes and other vehicles. It was first published in 1926, and is formally known as the Kelley Blue Book.
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Blue book

Any number of pocket-sized reference books on a wide variety of topics.The ones most relevant to real estate are The Blue Book of Building and Construction (,The Apartment Blue Book (,and The Realty Blue Book.

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Its length is similar to The Bluebook "Bluepages" and is a manageable amount of information.
When Rule 9.800 falls short in its guidance, then The Bluebook and Florida Style Manual should be referred to, in that order, under the current law.
(8) Elevation of the Florida Style Manual above The Bluebook makes sense for Florida materials, but its lack of guidance for citing electronic sources means you will still need The Bluebook or some comparable citation manual.
(9) Bryan Garner, The Bluebook's 20th Edition Prompts Many Musings from Bryan Garner, ABA J.
(10) Preface, The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation VII (20th ed.).