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citation

1. Law
a. an official summons to appear in court
b. the document containing such a summons
2. Law the quoting of decided cases to serve as guidance to a court

Citation

famous horse in history of thoroughbred racing. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 1273]
See: Horse
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In effect, all these are variations of time--an element usually found in reviews of more traditional sources in the bibliographic citation, except for the comments on recency of the bibliographic citations, which are probably the closest print equivalent to Web links.
Unlike products that merely link from a bibliographic citation to full text, Ovid implements links both to and from full text, thus supporting the way research is actually conducted.
The 37 plays, 154 sonnets and miscellaneous verse of the Oxford edition are divided into over 1,000 Web files that allow for quick access for reading and printing, accurate searches that highlight any key word or words, as well as bibliographic citation that makes use of a unique Web-adapted line-numbering system.
By using this date and the name of the speaker, the reader can refer to the pages of endnotes and subsequently track down a full bibliographic citation.
has looked at the majority of the nearly 3600 volumes appearing in this bibliography and appends a short annotation to each bibliographic citation.
com from any bibliographic citation in any database or journal which has been enhanced by LitLink/Pro.
An advantage of accessing these databases on the Web is that you can link straight from the bibliographic citation to the original article if the publisher has made the original document available on the Web.
1) views the bibliographic citation, abstract, and full text of articles in the course of a periodical search;
The reviewer would also like to mention one serious flaw: Instead of giving a list of the complete bibliographic citations at the end of the work, the author has chosen only to give bibliographic citations in the footnotes, with the full citation in the first note in which a work is cited, and the author and a short form of the title in any note thereafter.
There is simply no other reference on the topic that offers the depth, detail, bibliographic citations and research connections as does this, making it a unique and top reference for health and science collections alike.
Some of the important achievements of this project include development of a comprehensive physical collection of Islamic bioethics resources and a database of bibliographic citations of these resources, facilitating various collaborative research initiatives with interested stakeholders, facilitating the production of several scholarly publications on Islamic bioethics that have either appeared or scheduled to appear in important academic journals, and raising awareness about Muslim contributions and perspectives on bioethical debates through presentations at local, regional, and international conferences and meetings.