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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



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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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The work of science is clustered into specialties; migraine researchers write about migraine, citing each other, and magnesium researchers write about magnesium, citing each other; difficulties in word use between the two groups may cause many negative correlations.
In summary, the Abt Associates review of the survey decisionmaking process suggests that survey teams are not "out to get" nursing homes when citing minor deficiencies.
Nevertheless, the difference is not very large, and, in fact, these peak citing years are quite similar to the peak citations from scientific papers to scientific papers, and from patents to scientific papers so that, in fact, the technological prior art is not much older than the scientific prior art (Narin & Noma, 1985).
North Americans are significantly less supportive of facial scans compared to other regions, with only 10 percent citing it as the preferred method, compared to 27 percent consumers in Europe, 23 percent in Asia Pacific and 20 percent in Latin America.
The ability to select a Headnote in Shepard's and link to the position in the citing case that matches the language of the chosen Headnote.
In its survey, UMT found that IT and business executives currently partner in budgeting and managing technology portfolios, with 54% of respondents citing IT as the lead partner, and 37% citing business management as the lead for IT decision making, the rest citing equal partnerships.
Citing the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the 9th U.
Data gathering tools" and "Process by which data is collected" were the next-most-selected items, each with 48 percent of respondents citing each among their top three concerns.
JupiterResearch went on to recognize Bigfoot Interactive for its innovative product development on this front, citing "Unique features such as the ability to re-render a campaign after it has been delivered were some of the more innovative that JupiterResearch found in these reviews.
Cited reference searching also allows researchers to learn who is citing their work, and the impact they, or their colleagues, are having on the global research community.
Bloomberg followed the initial Dow Jones report by 22 minutes, citing the Dow Jones pick-up by CNBC Europe; Bridge trailed Dow Jones by 65 minutes, and also cited the CNBC Europe pick-up of the Dow Jones story; finally, Reuters followed Dow Jones by 67 minutes, and cited Dow Jones as its source.
BUSINESS WIRE)--July 3, 1996--One week following The New York Times' publication of an article citing medical community questions about the efficacy and safety of ESC Medical Systems' Photoderm-VL laser-like device in treating leg veins, Candela Corp.