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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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With an alacrity that seemed no less referable to the pepperer fact than to the supper fact, Bob obeyed, and his boots were heard descending towards the bed of the river.
Pickwick might very probably have reasoned himself into the belief that it really was, had he not, just then happening to look out of the coach window, observed that the looks of the passengers betokened anything but respectful astonishment, and that various telegraphic communications appeared to be passing between them and some persons outside the vehicle, whereupon it occurred to him that these demonstrations might be, in some remote degree, referable to the humorous deportment of Mr.
Arrived at his destination, the first object that presented itself to his view was a pair of very imperfectly shod feet elevated in the air with the soles upwards, which remarkable appearance was referable to the boy, who being of an eccentric spirit and having a natural taste for tumbling, was now standing on his head and contemplating the aspect of the river under these uncommon circumstances.
If there is a clause in the employee's contract that provides the employer may at its discretion terminate the employee's employment by paying in lieu of notice (what are known as PILON clauses) then any payment referable to that notice period is taxable.
there are now 148 preliminary failure impact assessments which require completion as part of the second stage of the large referable farm dams assessment program (lrfdap).
The amount of tax credit is 10/90ths of the cash dividend, the tax credit referable to the first quarter 2015 interim dividend of US$0.
Jailing Finselbach for six years, Judge Williams told him: "I reject your account that the drugs were steroids and am satisfied that the significant increase in the amount of drugs coming into the wing is referable to you.
Credit unions have some of the highest net promoter scores of any industry, which evaluates businesses on how referable their product or service is.
Key terms, events and people are bolded and referable in glossary.
They do not represent his earnings or the earnings of his business and are not referable to them.
Till now the main focus of the website had been on allowing regular, relevant and referable information pertaining to communications and marketing space.
No clinical signs referable to avian influenza were seen in any bird at the time of capture.