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reference

EBM
A critical or explanatory note, usually included in a bibliography in a particular written communication (paper or electronic).

Medspeak
A written or verbal communication to a requesting party about a person’s, in particular a doctor’s, qualifications for a particular post.

reference

adjective Referring to a standard or norm noun Medical communication noun
1. A note in an article or publication that refers the reader to another passage or source.
2. An entry in a bibliography; a citation of previously published material, which includes author names, title of the article, journal, yr, volume and pages in which it was published.

reference

(rĕf′ĕr-ĕns) [L. referre, to bring back, to report]
1. A standard for the evaluation of objects, data, or ideas.
2. A link or connection between data, ideas, or objects.
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Communication with definite descriptions used referentially is as direct and immediate as that involving indexicals, demonstratives, proper names and other paradigmatic devices of direct reference (6).
On the contrary, Martino's nod towards photographic abstraction, a nod that borders on a full fledged celebration with the inclusion of referentially impossible photographs (Figure 4), unveils photography's strongest deception of all: that its semantic value is bound up with referentiality.
Algonquian languages are renowned for their strongly referentially determined grammatical systems, involving such factors as animacy, person, and topicality.
Using realistic, referentially intact subsets of production data from multiple data sources promotes accurate and efficient testing and reduces capacity requirements.
The terms "nominal" and "pronominal" strategy imply that the verbs in the relevant constructions are transitive ones and that the reciprocal markers are referentially dependent anaphors.
As predicted, all can be used referentially, as singular or plural terms of address, and, in the singular, as exclamations, just like dude.
The repetitiveness of the proclamation of the end of theory is telling; each reiteration, as a reiteration, reminds us that it is a performative utterance that can only pretend to be a referentially stable description.
Some of Borrows' nascent scholarly output, going back to 1992, is also referentially incorporated in Recovering Canada.
Archived data, business context data and metadata are saved to an Archive File (referentially intact and complete) and these files can be easily stored on the most convenient and cost-effective storage medium.
linguistic practice is referentially and typographically spatial in
For not only was Third Reich film linked aesthetically, referentially, and, given the pre-1933 nationalism in some German films, substantively with Weimar film, but some of the directors involved in making films between 1933 and 1945 were later linked with the US, FRG, and GDR film industries.