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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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We are excited to expand our product offering even further with the new Citation Longitude, which will be a revolution in the super-midsize segment, said Kriya Shortt, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing.
Srinivasulu (1993) (12) studied the citation pattern in the dissertations of Agronomy.
Under the proposed program, code enforcement officers and others designated by City Manager Steve Williams would issue the citations.
General Services Administration and received a special Architecture as Public Policy Citation from the AIA New York Chapter in June 2006.
The base distinguished itself by significantly improving the productivity, mission processes, environment, and quality of life on the installation while executing its wartime and humanitarian missions throughout the world, according to the award citation.
A one-year subscription to Citation Alerts costs $49.
The second citation by an author should have a line five spaces long followed by a period.
Regarding the first rationale, officer safety, the Court believed there is less danger to an officer issuing a citation than to an officer making a custodial arrest.
The jury citation read, "The film is a tempest in a teacup.
The authors believe that the citation data analyzed for this study represent a substantial underestimation of the actual productivity of this traffic officer.
The Citation CJ4 is designed to fill a niche in the company's product line for a larger, longer-range version of the popular CJ line, and the XLS+ will take the world's most popular business jet and integrate the latest technologies and amenities our customers have asked for.