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/re·fer·red/ (re-ferd´) of sensory phenomena, perceived at a site other than the one being stimulated.
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Vanstone concluded that first part of her letter which referred exclusively to Captain Wragge.
A whisper went round among certain well-instructed persons that the Court was now to see and hear the prisoner's old friend--already often referred to in the course of the Trial as "Mr.
The question may have been, in the course of official business, referred to the Circumlocution Department for its consideration.
The gentleman with the gun- barrel, considering it, on inspection, in a satisfactory state, referred it to the other; receiving confirmation of his views, he fitted it into its place in the case before him, and took out the stock and polished that, softly whistling.
As number one referred him to number two, and as number two referred him to number three, he had occasion to state it three times before they all referred him to number four, to whom he stated it again.
I expect you have guessed that Prince Vasili has not come and brought his pupil with him" (for some reason Prince Bolkonski referred to Anatole as a "pupil") "for the sake of my beautiful eyes.
MITHI -- Two years old girl died of Dengue fever while 23 other cases of Dengue fever have been confirmed by Liaqat Medical Hospital Jamshoro, which were referred from different hospitals of Tharparkar district.
PESHAWAR -- The provincial assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Tuesday referred two questions of Fakhar-e-Azam Wazir of PPP to standing committee on Zakat and Usher for conducting inquiry into the irregularities in the distribution of Zakat and selection of the members of local Zakat committees.
Maureen Acquino, Irrigation Association, referred by Deborah Hamlin
A total of 86 doctors were referred to investigations on Thursday after inspections by the Ministry of Health across several hospitals in governorates.
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Here's how: As majority of the Indian marriages are still arranged, these are now referred to as FIXED MATCHES.