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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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It's a good sign if you're receiving them, because it points to the fact that you're already doing something that's referable.
I am worried that a CIL charge referable to a project in my constituency of Clwyd West could find itself being applied to a project in Cardiff.
Patients with sinonasal polyps present with rhinorrhea, stuffiness, nasal discharge, headaches, sinusitis, and other nonspecific symptoms referable to the sinonasal tract.
We feel very positive about SAP's suite of higher ed ERP products, including the high level of satisfaction from other [SAP] higher education customers, all completely referable, as well as the level of stability over other vendors in this volatile market.
The investigators enrolled 807 adults and children presenting to their primary care clinician with cough and at least 1 other symptom referable to the lower respiratory tract (colored sputum, chest pain, dyspnea, or wheezing).
Rule out neurobehavioral deficits referable to a known or suspected neurobehavioral syndrome.
It provides for stays of federal proceedings when they involve questions referable to arbitration and for orders compelling arbitration when one party violates the arbitration agreement.
For this sort of money you expect a 'reference' type book to be referable, to be comprehensive and to be accessible.
In other words, a "default" in this context is referable to an executed agreement between the parties, not an oral agreement, even if it was intended to be firm and final.
It is a composition sui generis, not referable to any existing model, and to be judged solely by those immutable principles of moral beauty on which it is founded.