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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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Here is a handful of citational examples of personification found in our database:
Specific citational references for this article were not available from the author at the time of this printing.
My one criticism of the book is that until the final chapters on Shakespeare, it engages with early modern authors in a rather narrowly citational way.
Accordingly, what follows will also, of necessity, be citational in its proceedings.
An "epistemological decentralisation" (Andreasson 2005) (4) is requisite if Africa seeks to overcome this setback because by repeating and mimicking Western theories, we maintain the status quo by giving Western theory even more citational power.
In the first instance, performativity must be understood not as a singular or deliberate 'act,' but rather as the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces and effects what it names" (2).
This means that we may see word-for-word citation as a new mode of a venerable citational tradition that originally did not require such heavy-handed reference.
Butler (1993a) asserts that "performativity must be understood not as a singular or deliberate 'act,' but, rather, as the reiterative and citational practice by which discourse produces the effects that it names" (Butler, 1993a, p.
Now you know that I don't write about Antin in Unoriginal Genius: he is certainly NOT a citational poet.
The following citational information (abbreviations expanded) follows in the Encyclopedia lemma:
Pollock suggests that in order to achieve this 'scholarly representation' the writer needs to interface with the idea that performative writing is evocative, metonymic, subjective, nervous, citational, and consequential (Pollock 1998 : BO-94).
Zietz, 1998, A Citational Analysis of Journal of Insurance Issues Articles, Journal of Insurance Issues, 21: 35-45.