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Synonyms for citation

Synonyms for citation

an official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement

(law) the act of citing (as of spoken words or written passages or legal precedents etc

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

a passage or expression that is quoted or cited

a summons that commands the appearance of a party at a proceeding

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The Citation M2's clean cockpit design is anchored by the fully integrated Garmin G3000 avionics suite that seamlessly integrates numerous system components into an easy-to-use flightdeck to simplify operation and enhance situational awareness during flight and when taxiing.
Megnigbeto (2006) studied the citations of dissertations of library and information science undergraduate students and found that the number of citations to Internet resources was very low, while Davis (2002) examined the effects of the web on undergraduate citation behaviour.
A detailed analysis of the main citation indicators of bibliographical items published in the period 1992-2013 in comparison to two previous citation analysis performed in 2009 (period 1992-2008) and in 2012 (period 1992-2011) is shown in Table 2.
Citation Analysis as a Measurement of Scientific Quality
EBSCOhost has a Cite button within the Tools on the right that provides a suggested citation in seven different styles.
Srinivasulu (1993) (12) studied the citation pattern in the dissertations of Agronomy.
Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates are ranked among the top one-tenth of 1% of researchers in their individual fields.
Citation M2 is intended to fill the gap between the Citation Mustang and the Citation CJ family, the company said.
Studying the 62 countries producing most papers reported in the SCImago data base in the period 1996-2008, it was found that countries with low per capita publication numbers show variable rates of self-citations and produce publications with lower citation impact.
The goal of the present study is to determine if there are relationships between the ISI IF's basis in citation statistics, correlations between journal usage and citation impact rankings, and usage-based metrics of scholarly impact.
Created by the "Journal of International Law and Politics" at New York University and published by Aspen Publishers (New York, the new second edition of the "Guide to Foreign and International Legal Citations" carries citations rules for 45 country citation systems, as well as citation rules for international organizations, tribunals and treaties.
One of the most overlooked areas of a manuscript is the in-text citation.