White Pages

  • (noun): A telephone directory or section of a directory (suually printed on white paper) where the names of people are listed alphabetically along with their telephone numbers.

Some articles on white pages, pages:

Green Pages - Structure - White Pages
... White pages give information about the business supplying the service ... This includes the name of the business and a description of the business - potentially in multiple languages ...
Telstra - Products and Services - Directories and Advertising (Sensis)
... Sensis publishes Australia's White Pages and Yellow Pages telephone directories, and in 2004 purchased the Trading Post, a classified advertising periodical ... Sensis also manages several websites including Yellow Pages Online an online version of the print directory White Pages Online an online version of the print directory Yellow Advertiser dedicated online ... The new system would combine both Yellow Pages and White Pages directory information on one system ...
White Pages (disambiguation)
... The white pages is a listing of telephone subscribers in a telephone directory ... White pages may also refer to White Pages (UDDI), a protocol used to discover Web Services WhitePages.com, a website with a searchable directory of contact information and other information, mainly about people in ...
Digital Identity - Technical Aspects - Networked Identity
... form of networked digital identity based on international standards is the "White Pages" ... An electronic white pages links various devices, like computers and telephones, to an individual or organization ... which can add value not present in the original "White Pages" that was used to look up phone numbers and email addresses, largely now available through non-authoritative ...

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