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refer

(rĭ-fĕr′, rē-) [L. referre, to bring back]
1. To allude to or mention.
2. To direct attention to.
3. To recommend someone to another health care provider for specific testing or treatment.
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e) Data Sheet refers to such part of the Instructions to Bidders used to reflect conditions of the
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Thus, they have tended to assume that it refers generally to any man having sex with another male.
Take or return calls promptly, especially when there are questions about whether or not to refer
One may refer here to the volume of Abdel Monem Balba' and Maher Nassim issued in 1994 entitled, the Desertification of the Land: An Arab Global Problem, among other major writings on the issue of desertification.
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For specific information regarding the AICC refer their web site at URL http://www.
I only refer people who can help the company," says Lee, who works out of the company's Ashburn, Virginia, office.
that health maintenance organizations (HMOs) refer to nursing home care recipients as members, whose value lies in their ability to join the organization, and as customers, whose value lies in providing successful satisfaction surveys;
Personnel from all units - including detective squads - are encouraged to refer first-time juvenile offenders who meet the program's requirements to Teen Court.
We refer to something much greater than any humanistic unification and more powerful than any form of political equality.
I refer the reader to that review since the comments I made then apply equally here.