Lively, 18, Elkville, was cited
and charged with speeding.
Books were cited
621 times and report/conference proceeding were cited
(iii) Teutsch and Churchill , which is cited
as reference 86.
a female from Teresopolis, RJ, Brazil, housed in the MNRJ.
'Percentage of cited
documents gives a starting perspective on efficiency of the published documents.'
It also is possible using the Cited
Reference Search feature to find cited
references to some individual articles from journals that aren't indexed by WOS, and to some books.
Finally, it is fairer that whoever published the material first (i.e., the journal) will enjoy the credit when it is cited
. This is important not just because of fairness issues per se, but also because of the incentives that the citing practice creates.
The most common reason cited
for transferring, not surprisingly, was to get a four-year degree, cited
by 66 percent of the community college students.
Journal citation patterns before and after the introduction of online journals were examined to determine whether researchers were more likely to limit the journal articles they cited
to those journals available online rather than those available only in print.
ITALIAN forward duo Mauro Bergamasco and lock Carlo Del Fava have been cited
following their 47-8 drubbing by Wales on Saturday at the Millennium Stadium.
RUGBY UNION: England World Cup captain Phil Vickery has been cited
for the second time this season.
The Glass, Lewis study was also cited
in Glenn Cheney's article, "Making Sense of Revenue Recognition," on page 32 in this issue.
Burke referred to IRC section 703(a), which requires a partnership's taxable income to be computed in the same manner as an individual's taxable income, and cited
a series of cases in which individuals did not have to report taxable income that had restrictions on the money's use.