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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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Several Arab and European countries refer to the group as Daesh, an Arabic acronym for "al-Dawla al-Islamiya fi al-Iraq wa al-Sham." It can sometimes be spelled  DAIISH , Da'esh or Daech , a popular French version. French President FranAaAaAeAoois Hollande beg using the term since the November 2015 deadly attacks in Paris.
Using tools or some organs to refer to an action or performance.
The Refer an Author Program benefits former and existing clients through a 10% discount reward when referrals decide to sign up for any service.
To see a man clothed in soft [malaka--adj.] raiment?" 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.
No Piraha refers to abstract concepts or to distant places and times.
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 ..." This phrase indicates that the speech Lincoln is about to deliver comes 87 years after the U.S.
A patient's refusal to return to the referring obstetrician is awkward for the reproductive endocrinologist, who must then find another physician to refer the patient.
Fortunately, in many areas of Wales, there are new initiatives to give GPs more choice in where they can refer patients.
I will now refer you back to my scheduling coordinator, Pare.
In order to come to terms with the large number of names used to refer to students' ideas the following theoretical assumptions are made.