Definition of Citations. Meaning of Citations. Synonyms of Citations
Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Citations. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Citations and, of course, Citations synonyms and on the right images related to the word Citations.
Definition of Citations
CitationCitation Ci*ta"tion, n. [F. citation, LL. citatio, fr.L.
citare to cite. See Cite]
1. An official summons or notice given to a person to appear;
the paper containing such summons or notice.
2. The act of citing a passage from a book, or from another
person, in his own words; also, the passage or words
This horse load of citations and fathers. --Milton.
3. Enumeration; mention; as, a citation of facts.
4. (Law) A reference to decided cases, or books of authority,
to prove a point in law.
Meaning of Citations from wikipedia
of citation practices
have been reported, including
for example honorary citations
, cir****stantial citations
, discriminatory citations
- century, the Frank Shepard Company
into maroon volumes
with Shepard’s Citations stamped
in gold on their
spines, much like the ones...
- are highly citational
(Borges frequently included citations
in his stories, many of which
made up). Citationality
- citations while
new papers hardly appear
in top positions
get less attention
by the users
of Google Scholar
and hence fewer citations
. The unit with the most Presidential
is the submarine
USS Parche (SSN-683) with 9 citations
. The Army citation
- neutral citations
(i.e., tribunal-****igned citations
that are publisher-independent) In 1999 the Canadian Judicial Council adopted
a neutral citation
- that citations
to Maryland cases include
to the official Maryland
reporter. Delaware's Supreme Court
has promulgated rules
list of citations
in an end section, usually titled
"references", "reference list", "works cited", or "end-text citations
needed" is a tag added
by Wikipedia editors
to unsourced statements
in articles requesting citations
to be added. The phrase
- multiple consecutive citations reference
the same book, the name of the book is omitted
from the second
and subsequent citations
. For example: John 1–3;...
Recent Searches ...
Related images to Citations