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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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The origins of referred otalgia may include the cranial cavity to thorax but dental diseases, tonsillitis, temporomandibular joint and cervical spine disorders are the commonest sites.4 Referred otalgia may be the first symptom of a head and neck malignancy.
Katelyn Blackwelder, Minnesota Soybean, referred by Cathy Riley
The Chairman Senate referred the bill to the committee which was introduced by Senator Raza Rabbani to provide for the ratification of foreign agreements by Parliament.
In such, a scenario, Cases are referred to the Courts of Law and it is here when the Jurisdiction Clause of the Fire Insurance Policy shall have to be referred to: The Jurisdiction Clause of the Fire Insurance Policy would expressly name the Competent Courts of Law in the specifically named Cities/Towns of the Country wherein alike cases can only be referred to for litigation.
Figures for those referred for right-wing extremism were nearly three times more likely to receive support through Prevent - 8% of referrals - compared to those referred for Islamist extremism which was just 3%.
'You are referred to a hospital and you need to have a copy of the referral otherwise you cannot be entertained,' a health department official informed adding 'we have noticed that most of the patients are referred to public sector hospitals but with influx of patients, the referred patients, some even critically ill, have to wait for months.'
The letter, which is available with Dawn, states: 'It has been observed that a majority of patients referred to Pims from different hospitals of Pakistan faced a lot of inconvenience due to lack of coordination and non-implementation of a proper referral system.
Out of the 110 nationalities referred within the UK, the highest number of child victims were in fact UK citizens.
There were in 2012 than trebled The number of human trafficking referrals is rising so quickly that there were more children of all nationalities referred last year than there were combined adult and child referrals 2012.
There were also 292 Vietnamese, 218 gerian ong Chinese, and 200 Nigerian adults referred, along with 70 from the UK.
While addressing the nation in his speech on terrorism in late 2016, (http://www.ibtimes.com/what-isil-why-president-obama-wont-call-islamic-state-isis-2213476) Obama referred to the group as "ISIL" rather than the more commonly used "ISIS." At the time, Trump said Obama should not have referred to the extremist group as ISIL.