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Synonyms for cite

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

commend

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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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If these benefits are large enough, they can outweigh the advantages to cite the journal article discussed at the beginning, and then citing the book might be socially desirable.
Gagnon cites the Vatican II document Gravissimum educationis which stressed that the total school experience of a Catholic school ought to be A inspired by Christianity.
In Reforming Teacher Preparation and Licensing: Debating the Evidence (2000), Darling-Hammond cites numerous studies to support the statement: "Knowledge about teaching and learning shows even stronger relationships to teaching effectiveness than subject-matter knowledge.
Portzamparc originally won the competition for the Cite in 1985, but it soon become clear that such a huge scheme would have to be implemented in phases.
CITE has generated a positive image within the industry and recognizes that it is time to expand operations.
About those favorable assessments Hanson cites, here's Noel Malcolm in the Sunday Telegraph: "Victor Hanson tends to pile up his arguments like a barrister in court, convinced that the more he has of them, the better; he also tends-again, like a lawyer--to pick and choose, seizing whatever will make his point in one aspect of the case and then silently omitting it if it does not fit the text.
In particular, three "case studies" show how previously unknown solutions can emerge through combining sets of biomedical articles that are logically related but which do not cite or mention each other (Swanson 1986b, 1988, 1990a).
Christine de Pizan's Livre de la Cite des Dames: The Reconstruction of Myth," by Eleni Stecopoulos with Karl D.
Deputies cite about 10 juveniles a day for truancy.
According to CITES, encouraging progress has been made by a number of parties towards the adoption of enhanced legislation to regulate international legal trade in wildlife and to stamp out illegal trade.
amp;nbsp;China and the United Arab Emirates are also permitted to capture elephants under CITES.
The airline's existing ban on carrying CITES I hunting trophies has been extended to include all species included in the CITES I, II and III.
In the non-legislative resolution adopted on 6 February, MEPs also call on the CITES parties, who will meet in Bangkok, Thailand, from 3 to 14 March, to step up their commitments and intensify the fight against poaching of endangered species.
Other problems: new journals, such as Girlhood Studies, take a long time to get established enough to the point where WOS will even consider them; and if someone cites your research in a newspaper account or extols your work in a blog posting, it is ignored by WOS.
CITES is an international treaty aimed at ensuring that international trade in wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.