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citation

Informatics The record of an article, book, or other report in a bibliographic database that includes summary descriptive information–eg, authors, title, abstract, source and indexing terms. See Report.
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sweep, deputies gave 26 citations for curfew violations and seven illegal vendor citations.
Twenty-one Citation Mustangs are in production at Cessna's facility in Independence, Kan.
If You have any questions about: citations, contact an enforcement representative at (916) 561-1729.
The half-life value of book citations is high compared to journal citations in Psychology.
Editor's Note: The following is a breakdown, by state police troop area, of the number of inspections conducted, number of vehicles placed out of service, and citations issued by state police during the two-day program.
If approved, the city manager will appoint a hearing officer or officers to hear the contested citations and issue a decision.
AIA, granted the Ohio native son a special citation for Service and Leadership to the Profession at a reception held in his honor at the Toledo Hilton.
keep the labor secretary from assessing a penalty for less than willful citations if the employer corrects the "violative condition and provides the secretary an abatement certification within 72 hours" (H.
Wherever possible, citations should be handled as in-text parenthetical citations, especially when the source of a quote or a paraphrase has already been mentioned in the text, and when there is no possibility for confusion.
The report also looked at academic citations from the Social Sciences Citation Index.
While the assignment shift has no effect on the police budget, it has the same negative effect on the general fund as hiring a new employee because of the loss of revenue from the citations.