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CITES

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. An arrangement between nations to restrict the commercial traffic in rare species of animals and plants e.g. rhinoceros horn, rare birds, ivory and orchids.
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For example, the book's editors, as well as authors of additional chapters in the book (other than the chapter cited), have an interest to cite the book in their papers so that readers become more familiar with it.
He cites Jean-Marie Paupert as one of the most astute contemporary writers to understand the importance of culture in the transmission of faith: "If you abandon the power of culture, you will die.
Darling-Hammond cites another study (Greenwald, Hedges, and Laine 1996 in support of her contention that states need to increase their investments in teacher education.
In the citation world, short paths might arise, for example, if a paper in astrophysics cites a paper in sociology.
While Moore identifies "montage" and other cinematic techniques used by Wright for his "telescoping of black history" in the text (142-43), he cites William Stott as an authority on the documentary, but Stott actually misread the major collaborative efforts between Wright and Rosskam in the selecting, cropping, and placing of the FSA pictures in the photographic text.
The origins of the Cite de la Musique date back to 1982, when the idea of a national complex devoted to musical engagement in various forms (educational, performance and museological) was first proposed.
Teresa Hubbard, President & CEO of CITE Armored, announces the repositioning of Cite Armored, formerly Cash in Transit Equipment, Inc.
Once the fact pattern describes inadequate or inaccurate assessment of care planning, in is not a huge leap for a survey or to cite the quality-of-care consequence of that practice.
She cites the example of not being able to sign when your hands are full.
Rather, I read this "recognition" as a claim made by women, like McLaughlin's women priests, who cite Jesus.
Small had earlier shown, for highly cited chemistry documents, that there is a strong consensus concerning such context among authors who cite the same article.
The report says that different deficiency tags are being used to cite the same problem, surveyors do not consistently cite deficiencies, and states differ on how many deficiencies they will cite for a single problem of noncompliance.