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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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CITE has generated a positive image within the industry and recognizes that it is time to expand operations.
La Cite de Mirabel comes to life thanks to the support of all our partners and collaborators, convinced by multiple approaches, including a few Montreal - New York trips to discuss in person with some of them," said Daniel Proulx, owner of La Cite de Mirabel.
About those favorable assessments Hanson cites, here's Noel Malcolm in the Sunday Telegraph: "Victor Hanson tends to pile up his arguments like a barrister in court, convinced that the more he has of them, the better; he also tends-again, like a lawyer--to pick and choose, seizing whatever will make his point in one aspect of the case and then silently omitting it if it does not fit the text.
Portzamparc originally won the competition for the Cite in 1985, but it soon become clear that such a huge scheme would have to be implemented in phases.
When the 1988 study was conducted, the two literatures on migraine and on magnesium were essentially disjoint in that they had virtually no articles or authors in common, they did not cite each other, and they were not cited together (cocited) by any third type of article (a few exceptions are discussed in that study; no subsequent publications have yet identified other pre-1988 exceptions, and even the exceptions have not been cited).
Don Vitale, CITE Chairman of the Board stated, "We are confident that Brian will not only continue to grow the organization of CITE, but that his vision and expertise will have a dramatic impact on its work toward regional economic growth.
The CITE Conference + Expo agenda offers attendees deep insight into how organizations are embracing the influx of consumer technologies in the workplace, resulting in new business innovation, higher productivity and employee satisfaction.
If it is so desirable to cite the original article, why do authors often cite the reprinting book?
LANCASTER -- To crack down on illegal fireworks, City Councilman Ron Smith is proposing a new city law that would let authorities cite people they find where illegal pyrotechnics have been set off -- even if the people weren't seen lighting or possessing them.
Three points that influenced my decision not to cite the article by Zeman et al.
For many years, researchers have relied on the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) and its premier databases Social SciSearch and SciSearch since these highly respected databases were the first to offer retrieval of articles that cite the works of a specific author (Garfield, 1998).
Among sexually experienced students who were currently abstinent, females were significantly more likely than males to cite fear of pregnancy (odds ratio, 6.