refer


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Synonyms for refer

refer to something or someone: allude to

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refer to something or someone: relate to

refer to something or someone: consult

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Synonyms for refer

to direct (a person) elsewhere for help or information

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

to call or direct attention to something

to look to when in need

Synonyms for refer

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Take or return calls promptly, especially when there are questions about whether or not to refer
One may refer here to the volume of Abdel Monem Balba' and Maher Nassim issued in 1994 entitled, the Desertification of the Land: An Arab Global Problem, among other major writings on the issue of desertification.
Job tracking refers to working in (a) firms that are owned by lesbian, gay, or bisexual persons; (b) firms that employ large numbers of lesbian, gay, or bisexual worke rs; (c) industries that specifically serve the lesbian, gay, or bisexual community; or (d) industries that are known to be affirmative to lesbian, gay, and bisexual persons.
For specific information regarding the SCORM refer to the ADL web site at URL http://www.
that admissions directors refer to prospective nursing home care recipients as applicants, whose value lies in their ability to be admitted to the facility;
Attorneys and real estate management companies can also refer clients to the Residential Referral Network.
You can't refer to yourself because it's a double-dealing type of thing where you get a legal fee and then refer people to a rehabilitation center you also have a financial interest in,'' said Tom Higgins, head deputy in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office's Workers' Compensation Fraud Bureau.
The proposals would require a practitioner to take reasonable steps to assure that any written materials or promotional efforts that distribute, reflect or refer to the tax-shelter opinion correctly and fairly represent its the nature and extent.
Originally used to refer only to "drag queens," gay men who dress as women and who are distinct from crossdressers.
A large telco or broadband provider for example, will refer its customers to Website Experts via a private-label affiliate link that ensures the new site is hosted on the referring partner's hosting service.
There is a $100,000 New Member Contest for individuals that refer friends, a $100,000 New Member Contest for businesses that refer friends, and a $100,000 New Member Contest for nonprofit organizations that refer friends.
They can refer those within their spheres of influence, as well as their own clients, as long as they are not representing them in the same real estate transactions.
hat should be known is that there have already been laws in place requiring managed care companies to refer HIV patients to HIV doctors,'' said Jerry Calumn, director of the American Academy of HIV Medicine in Los Angeles.
The primary caregiver at a remote site may be forced to refer a time-consuming diagnostic problem to another level of care before making a definitive diagnosis.