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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

commend

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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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As a result the IRB will now consider extending the citing period, or altering the definition of what constitutes an exceptional circumstance.
First, WOS looks for the citation trail only within the journals indexed in its database; second, WOS does not track books citing indexed articles.
This is important not just because of fairness issues per se, but also because of the incentives that the citing practice creates.
The citing was made and announced just before the 5pm deadline by citing commissioner Achille Reali.
Among the inter-host links, one of the most powerful combinations is when a publisher links to citing and cited references as well as to related articles (which share one or more cited references with the article being consulted) in the gargantuan ISI Web of Science databases.
The current guidance on this important issue is contradictory, with revenue agents aggressively citing the IRS's private ruling position - as reflected in Technical Advice Memorandum 9411002 (Nov.
Vickery will face a disciplinary hearing in Dublin following the citing for allegedly trampling on Clermont Auvergne lock Thibaut Privat during Wasps' Heineken Cup defeat in France last Saturday.
There is definitely a problem but it's not the senior citizens of our community and citing them with $114 tickets is not going to solve anything.
Bray objects to the book's definition of freedom--not by citing the actual one provided in the book (on pages 46-55) but by quoting my larger definition of Western culture, as if he thinks the latter is synonymous with freedom.
KeyCite flags are included in the list of cases most often cited so researchers can view case history and citing references.
Not only are surveyors citing higher numbers of deficiencies and cross-referencing a single fact pattern to multiple tag numbers, but the scope and severity assigned to these deficiencies is significantly higher, too.
Citing earlier work on the diffusion of innovations, Crane (1972) stresses the role of scientific communities and the processes of social interaction and influence that underlie the exponential growth of science (pp.
In Wave 2, 25% of users cited little or no cost benefits as a major inhibitor to Blade deployment; many were citing acquisition cost, and not factoring in lowered operational costs; in Wave 3, this percentage has dropped to under 10%.
Wilson is 68 and from out of state, but Hahn would not reveal his home state, citing a new CHP policy that prohibits officers from revealing that information.
In addition to discomfort in citing outcome deficiencies, the Abt Associates study revealed that nurses involved in the survey process may have problems performing "quality-of-life" assessments.