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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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8) The troubadours in question are Jofre de Foixa, and Bertolome Zorzi; their citational songs are discussed by Chambers, 117.
The deconstructionist legitimation of intertexual citational and palimpsestical techniques permits Coetzee (1986) to overwrite Defoe's Robinson Crusoe.
In other words, beyond exposing readers however briefly to others' truths, Krog's urgent and cumulative citational style imparts to readers that those truths matter, that they have been unheeded for too long, and that they are frequently traumatic.
s minute, "decelerated" psychoanalytic reading, Imaginary Audition: Shakespeare on Stage and Page (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1989), which expands upon "Shakespeare's citational use of Doctor Faustus" and sees, e.
The citational mode of earlier work persists; suspension and ellipsis abound, grammatical, referential, semantic; identities swirl, enigmatic, ungrounded except in pure grammar and implicit emotion; raw statement of what is (ce sont) gives but minimal (yet, implicitly, also cosmic) ontological rooting.
Granting Institutions and Faculties: a Citational Analysis," Accounting Organizations and Society 21, 723-754.
Finally, Brown placed Mongrain on a square, miked floor in the center of the stage, and the dance began: a citational riff on tap and the tricky exchange between performer and crowd.
32) This crucial move is made without citational support from Aristotle's texts and is given as follows:
Garner, The Citational Footnote, 13 Appellate Advocate 2 (Winter 2000) with Mark E.
The worksheet was prepared using Wordsmith Tools (Scott, 1996) to find the citations in each article, so that students can be asked to compare citational practice across comparable texts in a narrow focus disciplinary context.
I contend that it is a citational power, which is a power of refiguration over time.
395), Jeffreys, who herself is a sworn enemy of post-structuralist feminist theory, ironically critiques the innocence of their reading practices, the absent/presences in their citational practices, and their valorization of "authenticity" in lesbian culture, just as a feminist poststructuralist might
For citational support and further discussion of the themes addressed in this article, see Vikram David Amar, "Jury Service as Political Participation Akin to Voting," Cornell L.
After a long mutual collaboration, Shepards will demonstrate a commercial-scale electronic implementation of its citational information using Libertechs V-Search data-visualization software, during Legal Tech 96 in New York City, from January 22-24.
I like this approach particularly in "'The Dystopia of the Obsolete': Lisa Robertson's Vancouver and the Poetics of Nostalgia," Paul Stephens's essay on Robertson's The Office for Soft Architecture (2003), precisely because he seemed able to remain true to her poetics and her politics through his citational practice.