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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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At this point I wish to interrupt the account of Knight Dunlap's article in order to make some observations on my own account with reference to the above quotations from Stout.
In recent years, I have begun my introductory psychology lectures by presenting students with a quotation that illustrated that day's topic.
Speaking of Higher Education: The Academic's Book of Quotations, compiled by Robert Birnbaum.
One of them, a Swiss cosmetics company, asked for quotations from So Fast and Mitsui Warehouse.
In this introduction, we will illustrate the kinds of cases we are interested in, and explain a question that they pose, viz., does quotation of these two sorts mean that semanticists can't have both compositionality and innocence?
Users can receive a quotation for their project within 24 hours.
PbBC executive committee's chairperson Bushra Qamar wrote a letter to the CII chairman, saying the bar had been facing great difficulty to pacify sentiments of women belonging to different fields particularly in legal profession aroused after having gone through the quotation in question.
Preliminary data released by the PSA on Thursday showed that the latest average farm-gate price of palay as of the first week of July is just P0.05 away from matching the highest quotation of P21.53 per kg recorded in the fourth week of July until the first week of August in 2014.
If you didn't catch it among the blizzard of single and double quotation marks, his Pennsylvanian brother-in-law put the comma outside the closed quotation mark, while Stephen nestled it inside.
The potential is greater than when a writer cites authority without a quotation because what a court said in the past usually is not exactly what a legal writer wants to say later.
The first quotation, wrongly attributed to Thomas Jefferson, is:
In term of (91st) quotation of Solim book there is point to think and said it refers to end of our world and starting other world here is text:
We had this challenging and provocative quotation from an interview we did for the March cover story.
--Joseph Goebbels The above quotation appears on a rapidly growing number of Internet pages.
Linguists and philosophers of language explore various linguistic and philosophical aspects of quotations, contributing to the current debate on the nature and function of quotation as a device of meta-linguistic discourse.