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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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The last module, Introduction to Journal Paper Writing and Format, offers instructions on academic writing formats, writing templates, move structures, example sentences, tense and voice in academic writing, and IEEE citation style.
Record the sources in proper APA citation style format.
Summers says Zotero is stable and reliable, with functionality that is particularly relevant to Note Hound: The Zotfile plug-in extracts highlighted text from PDF files, and Zotero facilitates the creation of Citation/Bibliography lists from a group of selected items in a variety of citation styles.
The beginner level (upper elementary and middle school) offers three citation styles for six common resource formats.
Standler, "Legal Research and Citation Style in USA," 2004, www.
The only essay that seemed not fully integrated in citation style and bibliography was Orlandi's.
On a possibly more bothersome point, the publisher employs in Polymath of the Baroque the regrettable citation style so often encountered in scholarly books today, one that forces readers to follow a tedious citation path from a note number within the text to the notes themselves--near the back of the book but in abbreviated and incomplete format--then on to the bibliography if one seeks the full information.
The best librarians also will be quite familiar with standard citation conventions in that literature, and perhaps even will have available citation style guides that distill citation intricacies into manageable and repeatable steps.
The questions raised by the issue of citation style are of two different kinds: whether and how to provide more information than is usually given with the standard alphabet soup, and, more broadly, whether and how to introduce a more prominent dimension of source criticism into the scholarly text.
If they do not, West editors will alter the opinions after they are handed down, but before publication in a West reporter, so as to conform them to West's citation style.
How Involvement, Citation Style, and Funding Source Affect the Credibility of University Scientists.
The decision wasn't made lightly, especially given the Bluebook's reputation as the bible of legal citation style.