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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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It shows an increasing recognition by state courts that they can make their opinions citable without impairing performance of their judicial function.
The uploaded research is also citable and trackable via a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) and detailed reporting metrics are available for the institution, to track the interest in its publicly available research.
These are omnibus terms whose meaning can run the gamut from binding precedent to mere citable precedent (discussed shortly).
Final and Citable Articles are Published Without Needing to Wait Until a Journal Issue is Complete; Speeding the Publication Process by an Average of 7 Weeks
The Thomson Reuters Data Citation Index, scheduled for release later this year, makes research within the digital universe discoverable, citable and seamlessly linked to the article detailing the outputs from the original investigation.
Scopus AiP abstracts are citable and precede the final published, printed version by up-to-four months, significantly accelerating the knowledge discovery process for researchers.
This study, "Evaluation of relation between Oncotype DX recurrence score and adjuvant chemotherapy administration" (Abstract #e11105) will be published online in conjunction with the 2011 Annual Meeting and citable to the Journal of Clinical Oncology as a supplement, but will not be presented at the meeting.
Failures to license and vaccinate dogs against rabies are also citable offenses.
The journal will follow the Article Based Publishing scheme, allowing papers to appear fully citable online shortly after acceptance.
3(c), an operator's history of previous violations is based on both the total number of violations, and the number of repeat violations of the same citable provision of a standard in a preceding 15-month period.
The journal will also follow the Article Based Publishing scheme, allowing papers to appear fully citable online just shortly after acceptance.