white pages

NOUN
  1. 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
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How To Use white pages In A Sentence

  • Organized gangs located potential victims by combing through the White Pages, and they paid for the postage with bogus stamps.
  • A glistening black stuffed crow is perched on the volume's edge, its splayed wings and claws eerily delineated against the lucent white pages.
  • A classic example of a directory is the telephone White Pages, which allows us to locate people and telephone numbers.
  • The company's San Diego system inadvertently gave Pacific Bell's directory unit 11,400 unlisted phone numbers that PacBell put into its white pages.
  • Industry groups and service brokers could publish comprehensive white pages and yellow pages of on-line XML services, allowing developers to make quick technological assessments and comparisons.
  • One of my first projects was to turn my attention to the decreasing frequency of primes, to which end I counted the primes in several chiliads and recorded the results on the attached white pages.
  • A classic example of a directory is the telephone White Pages, which allows us to locate people and telephone numbers.
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