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Synonyms for cite

to refer to by name

to bring forward for formal consideration

Synonyms for cite

a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage

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refer to for illustration or proof

advance evidence for

call in an official matter, such as to attend court

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You don't have to be Bryan Garner to object to the present draft's double negative (" [n]o prohibition)"; its vast passive ("may be imposed"); its awkward laundry list of unpublished dispositions; or its backhanded approach of making opinions citable by banning restrictions on citation.
All publicly available outputs are citable and trackable with a unique DOI.
In the course of arguing that the principle of "strict binding precedent" (63) is not constitutionally compelled, Judge Kozinski goes a long way toward demonstrating that the principle of citable precedent may be.
There is no citable study until now about the ossification centers in quail (coturnix c.
For example, to determine a journal's impact factor, the number of articles published by journal X in 2008 and 2009 that were cited by indexed journals in 2010 is divided by the total number of citable publications (articles, reviews, proceedings) published in journal X during 2008 and 2009.
New sections: laboratory animals, animal health (veterinary science) covering hot topics citable by non-livestock sectors (medical, veterinary and/or basic sciences)
Only scholarly articles were included in the ACI calculations--Editorial articles and messages to members were not included as citable items for the purposes of calculating ACI.
Non accepted manuscripts or manuscripts in preparation might never be accepted and published and therefore should not be considered as part of the citable literature until they are published.
The author ultimately concludes that a vacated Arizona appellate court opinion--indeed, a vacated opinion issued by any court (32)--should be citable for its persuasive value, (33) as long as the citing party advises the court of the fact that the opinion was vacated.
Given this prescription, the newly appointed lecturer is expected to hit the ground running, with four peer-reviewed and citable articles in the knapsack, not one unpublished, unobtainable tome.
as they Citable donors lo avoid capital gains taxes associated with the sale of these types or securities, This is an increasingly attractive benefit, as many donors have a portion or their portifolio in appreciated assets and they may want to consider donating them before donating cash.
Since no better citable reference was found these values were used.
The key to this mystery is the distinction between mere possession of marijuana, which is a citable offense subject to a maximum fine of $100 as long as the amount is no more than 25 grams (about nine-tenths of an ounce), and "public display," which is a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by up to three months in jail.
Whether that's a citable offence is not for me to decide.
Ahead of Print articles are citable using the assigned DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number for the article.