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refer

[ri′fər]
(ordnance)
To bring the gunsights on a chosen aiming point without moving an artillery piece which has been laid for direction.
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c) Contract refers to the legal instrument that will be signed by and between the UNDP and the
Hot and cold refer to changing life conditions, stating the cause and presenting the effect.
Through discounts and rewards from the Refer an Author Program, clients can cut costs while expanding and strengthening their book's marketing execution.
As Martin points out, in Greek culture malakos was used to refer to "the softness of expensive clothes, the richness and delicacy of gourmet food, the gentleness of light winds and breezes.
The last word refers to any group consisting of individual elements, such as foreigners camping in a nearby jungle.
Increasingly, providers refer to health care organizations that share the same respect and concern for patient needs and preferences, and can consistently deliver on service expectations and promises.
Lincoln refers to this date in the first sentence: "Four score and seven years ago .
refers a patient to an infertility specialist, the sooner she comes back pregnant and happy," Kira Copperman said at the annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
One may refer here to the breakthroughs in the conceptualization of the issues of the environment in the works of the Committee of the Challenges of Modern Society on the environment outlined in the volume edited by Lietzmann and Vest (1999), of the Forum Golbale Fragen on Environment and Security edited by the German Federal Foreign Office (2000), and of the Environmental Change and Security Project under the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (www.
Still, without regulations dictating that managed care plans must refer HIV patients to HIV specialists, many people would not receive proper care.
Direct discrimination refers to discriminatory practices against individuals who are known or presumed to be lesbian, gay, or bisexual.
6229(d) did not refer to the minimum period (which it had just determined was the period specified in Sec.