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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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He stopped being able to speak some weeks ago and then fell into a coma, a broadcaster said, citing sources close to the family.
The newspaper, citing sources close to Vimpelcom, said the issue will be discussed during the company's board of directors meeting in Amsterdam.
It adds, citing sources close to the company, that Virgin would likely keep a sizeable stake in the gym group as part of any ownership changes.
The Post, citing sources familiar with the matter, said bids for Pactiv, which makes Hefty brand trash bags, were likely in early to mid-August.
The Anatolia agency said without citing sources that police staged raids in 14 cities Apr 5.
security contractors in connection with the killing of a fellow American contractor last month in Baghdad's Green Zone, CNN said Sunday, citing sources close to
Merrill is expected to disclose the huge write-down when it reports earnings next week, the New York Times said, citing sources who had been briefed on the company's plans.
An in-depth and thoroughly 'user friendly' citation guide for writing, researching, and citing sources involving all manner of disciplines, "Cite It Right" is informed, informative, and an absolutely essential addition to an author or publisher reference collection for any kind of material from simple articles and essays, to journal pieces and published books.
El Pais, citing sources, said: "A grave infection in the large intestine, at least three failed operations and various complications have left the Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro, laid up with a very grave prognosis.
Part one contained resources for preventing plagiarism, including links to the University's academic integrity policy, guidelines for citing sources in APA style, and Tumitin's research resources on preventing plagiarism.
It comes with a CD that contains quizzes, templates, handouts, photographs, assessment rubrics and ebooks like the Writer's Style Guide, which includes information on the writing process, a grammar handbook, punctuation guidelines, mechanics and usage rules and information on citing sources.