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Synonyms for citation

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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We further examined the citations to the mostcited articles in each publication.
The Bluebook Uncovered: A Practical Guide to Mastering Legal Citation, 20th Edition
The measurements found in Web of Science, originally created by Eugene Garfield as ISI Citation Indexes in the late 1960s and now published by Clarivate Analytics, have long been considered the gold standard of bibliometric indicators [1].
To observe the chronological distribution of citations in Economics discipline.
The h-index was first introduced in 2005 by Hirsch to calculate an author's scientific research achievement.[1] It is based on the number of an author's individual publications and the number of citations that these publications have attracted.
Regarding the second inquiry, the courts and the commission have issued multiple decisions over the years, holding that an employer may be subject to a repeat citation based on prior citations issued to corporate predecessors and affiliates, depending on a number of factors.
Ibrahim, 20 analyzed citations of 913 original articles published in Journal of Pakistan Medical Association during 2009 to 2013.
Following close behind with 11 citations is Ballet Philippines' restaging of its Filipino-themed 'The Nutcracker,' choreographed by Edna Vida and Alice Reyes, with additional choreography by Adam Sage.
Last year saw ISP troopers issue 6,977 citations and 10,222 written warnings.
In order to help students with their research or to tailor instruction sessions, librarians read dozens of assignment sheets with accompanying citation instructions each semester, so they are often acutely aware of this inconsistency in how citations are handled.
The introductory paragraph instructs that legal authorities should be spelled out in full unless they are used as a stand-alone citation, (3) and the rule recognizes a small number of accepted abbreviations that should be used in citations, (4) recommends the use of pinpoint cites (they are not required, but are preferred because they are very helpful to the reader), (5) and directs that case names be underlined or italicized.
Participants learned how to use Google Scholar to find out citation of any paper, directly import citations into Endnote or an-other citation management system even if publisher don't provide this service; finding full text articles which may be available as paid research.
The author productivity indexing methods present in literature do not consider the topic based contribution of authors for assigning them the weighted citations in a multi-authored paper.
The County of Green appeals an order of the Green County Circuit Court granting Joey Barnes's request to dismiss both a citation for operating while under the influence of an intoxicant as a first offense, in violation of WIS.