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Synonyms for quotation

a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage

a passage or expression that is quoted or cited

a statement of the current market price of a security or commodity

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the practice of quoting from books or plays etc.

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I never cease to wonder at the scurrilous misused-misunderstood versions of famous quotations that some newspaper readers come up with.
Shapiro writes: "The science of compiling a quotation dictionary consists in comprehensively identifying the most famous quotations, tracing them to their original sources as far as possible, and recording those sources precisely and accurately" (xviii).
Among Juarez's most famous quotations is this: "Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others is peace.
4) Confidently, to make the assembled genome be unquestionably recognizable as synthetic, the computerized DNA sequence contained strings in bases that, in code, spell out an e-mail address, the names of many of the people involved in the project, and a few famous quotations.
In this lesson plan, use some of his most famous quotations to spark discussion--and prompt students to take their own stands.
And they include some great stories, jokes, anecdotes, words of wisdom, memorable verse and famous quotations for anyone to select from next time they are called upon to to stand up before an audience and say welcome to a guest speaker or start an event by saying a few words.
A famous quotations of Metis champion, martyr, and ancestor Louis Riel is stated: "Our People will sleep for a hundred years, but when they awake, it will be the artists who bring back their culture.
Below are some of his most famous quotations excerpted from his speeches:
Polmar, a noted naval author, has teamed with Cavas, senior correspondent for Defense News, to present lists of such topics as famous quotations, admirals who died in combat, the oldest preserves warships and pirates.
The first major quotation book to emphasize modern and American sources, including popular culture, children's literature, sports, computers, and politics, and the first quotation book to use state-of-the-art research methods to comprehensively collect famous quotations and to trace quotations to their accurate origins.
There is a temptation, attention spans what they now are, to hack away at Shakespeare's texts until there's little left but the famous quotations,, but with this production Hall has managed to leave the play almost entirely uncut while at the same time keeping the pace up to bring the curtain down in just over two hours.
Though many readers of Canadian Dimension will be familiar with the gist of Ollman's views of capitalism--and may have seen some of the cartoons or read some of the more famous quotations before--it's not very likely that many university students would have read much actually written by Marx, let alone satiric poems by Betolt Brecht or song lyrics by Tom paxton, which are excerpted here.
Using maps, photographs, drawings, paintings, song lyrics, famous quotations, myths, and poetry to enhance the well-researched and factual text, the Roops tell the story of six major U.
The stage show is a collection of monologues, famous quotations and scary tales which sees Jan and her three female co-stars performing everything from Shakespeare to Carry On movies.