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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



Related Words

refer to for illustration or proof

advance evidence for

call in an official matter, such as to attend court

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Cited has opened its Beta involvement program to the public and is currently accepting registration for access to the app; users will be invited to join on a first come, first serve basis.
Third, citing the journal publication gives the reader important information that can help him to decide whether he wants to spend time to obtain the cited article and to read it.
2002) was not cited (although I do consider the new data presented in Zeman's letter to be of interest).
Fifty-four percent cited rotations and another 22 percent cited the flexibility that the program offers.
Analyzing cited references via these search strategies can result in an effective, complementary means to identifying a particular author's publishing history (Reed & Baxter, 2003).
Like females who had never had sex, sexually experienced females who abstained most commonly cited a fear of pregnancy (two-thirds of both ninth and 12th graders) and a fear of STDs (about half of both groups).
Thanks to outstanding research and data provided by Cowles Research Group in Montgomery Village, Maryland, as well as expert feedback from leading dietary professionals, here are the realities, the challenges, and some simple survey survival techniques for frequently cited nutritional and dietary deficiencies.
Almost as many said they believed outsourcing would be supported by company management, and 55 percent cited it as something that allows management in their company to improve their focus on governance and strategy.
Finding many of the studies cited by advocates proved difficult.
With 125 cites from September 1998 (when she started here) to June 1999, she would rank in the top three most cited scholars (not including Aslund).
These are the factors, by circuit, which were cited by various cases in 1999.
An outbreak of a puzzling fatiguing illness in northern Nevada in 1984 was a beginning for the later named chronic illness: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)(Holmes, Kaplan, & Steward, 1987 as cited in Friedberg, 1996).
The creation of pathways through science begins with a hierarchical clustering of highly cited papers in which co-citation serves as the measure of association between papers (Small, 1999).
Warrior Marks is cited hereafter in the text as WM.
Johnson's work (both of whom are cited by Kiefer in his analysis of Danielic parallels [343-44]) to demonstrate that the play is concerned not only with pagan justice but also with a harsh Christian revenge/justice.