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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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Figure 2 compares the accuracy of entropy images with various block sizes (n) for the detection of referable DR.
But if there is no express PILON clause in the contract or no contract in existence at all, then payment referable to the notice period can be paid gross without deduction of tax.
There are no diagnostic features to suggest that the material from the Economy Member is referable to Cosgriffius (as proposed by Welles) rather than another lonchorhynchine taxon.
Remarks: Pyrgobulloides (d'Orbigny) described by Bandy (Challanger report 1884 p.142 pl.2) has been determined by Thalmann (1932) to be referable to Pyrgo.lucernula.
The unprejudiced summary of this study is to individualize during Alessandro Del Piero's long career the significant aspects that can be referable to a particular development of the results in terms of absolute performance.
Young and colleagues presented the use of standard percutaneous techniques and placement of a radiopaque embolization coil into the pedicle of interest under biplanar fluoroscopy in one patient with progressive myelopathy referable to thoracic disc/osteophyte compression at T10-11.
In the Iranian judicial system committing a sin, although reprehensible, is not a crime referable to a court of law.
This land purchase increases pretax earnings by eliminating a $7 million per year lease payment and, via a deferred like-kind exchange, allows the company to defer approximately $37 million of cash taxes referable to the sale of land that is part of the cement and concrete assets transaction.
Credit unions, by nature of how they do business, are highly referable. They are for the people, by the people, and generally have heavy community involvement.
Key terms, events and people are bolded and referable in glossary.