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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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Each entry contains a brief description with a bibliographic citation that refers to the full bibliography found at the end of both volumes.
It also allows for one-click LinkOut access to full-text articles in electronic collections, the exporting of citations directly into bibliographic citation managers ProCite and EndNote, and integrated ordering through Infotrieve's Virtual Library for documents not located in a library's collections.
The program includes bibliographic citation information for all titles (with free MARC records), an archival microfilm copy for all dissertations, and access to all dissertations in print, microform, and digital formats.
This information (roughly the bibliographic citation to the site) is followed by the four specific categories, each having four questions to consider, after which the reviewer is supposed to rate the element on a 1-5 scale (1 = poor, 3 = average, and 5 = excellent).
The book has problems with focus, structure, and mechanics, and it has a few undetected errors, such as the title of Garland Anderson's play The Appearance, the designation of Mexican illustrator Miguel Covarrubias as white, and the incomplete bibliographic citation on Daryl Dance.
Finally, in volume 1, a bibliographic citation section is presented where the mnemonic for a journal, book symposium, etc.
Each article's bibliographic citation, abstract and references are compiled into an interactive HTML file, a feature which allows dynamic linking to other Science articles, toll-free access to thousands of articles from nonprofit journals hosted on the HighWire platform, and finally to the primary source from for-profit journals via CrossRef.
RefAware results will also include images whenever available to provide visual information to the researcher in addition to the bibliographic citation.
The writing quality varies, text and bibliographies are poorly edited, and bibliographic citation formats are inconsistent even within single bibliographies; this undermines the journal's credibility.
Also, a new Keyword search looks for the search term only in records' bibliographic citation fields, including abstracts.
I'm also an online researcher, and nothing frustrates me as much as when I find a bibliographic citation to an article and then discover that there's no online version available.
For incomplete citations, the Find Citation feature lets users enter values for specific fields to flesh out a bibliographic citation.