yellow pages

  1. a telephone directory or section of a directory (usually printed on yellow paper) where business products and services are listed alphabetically by field along with classified advertising
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  • About 62% of the publication is dedicated to telephone number listings and 25% to the Yellow Pages.
  • As I had over the years accumulated a whole shelfful of area telephone directories, it was not so difficult, via the Northamptonshire Yellow Pages to find and talk to Miss Richardson's vet. Come To Grief
  • It means that, when I need someone, they come recommended and I don't have to take pot luck with the Yellow 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.
  • While this article, in general, is very thorough, accurate and well-written, one sentence is inaccurate and inappropriately skews the potential for print Yellow Pages over the next five years.
  • A cursory glance through the Yellow Pages reveals that these creatures have multiplied in excess of the ability of the ecosystem to support them.
  • Talk to your doctor, or call a self-help group such as Alcoholics Anonymous see Resources or check in your local yellow pages. THE LUPUS HANDBOOK FOR WOMEN
  • I was just thumbing through the Yellow Pages of the phonebook, which is always interesting, and I came across a listing for the Anti-Cigarette Alliance. A Memoir
  • So after coming from work, I used to flip through the yellow pages, call the fishmongers and pester them with questions about "pomfret", "mackrel", "king fish"... Sungatha Fanna upkari - Fiery Prawns Curry
  • If you need a plumber look in the Yellow Pages.
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