The word citation is a noun. Citation means (1) a summons that commands the appearance of a party at a proceeding, (2) a passage or expression that is quoted or cited, (3) an official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement, (4) (law) the act of citing (as of spoken words or written passages or legal precedents etc.).
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EasyBib is an intuitive information literacy platform that provides citation, note taking, and research tools. EasyBib can help educators teach, and students learn, how to become effective and organized researchers.
Citebase Search began in 2005 and is located at the University of Southampton in the UK. Citebase searches for citations in the fields of physics, math, information science, and biomedical articles published in the UK. Searches are by author, citation, or an identifier (keyword). The homepage cautions visitors that Citebase is in an experimental stage and not yet complete or authoritative.
Scopus, an Elsevier product, is a subscription-only abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources. It includes journal publications, conference proceedings, scientific web pages, patents, and an alert service. It also has smart tools to track, visualize, and analyze research. On the website, users can get a free trial and view a demo.
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A couple in Colorado was slapped with a citation after luring and feeding bears, according to officials who are now using the incident as a reminder of the dangers of feeding wildlife.
Travis Fedschun. Fox News. Thursday, 05 Nov 2020 12:32:29 GMT.
While the name doesn't scream 'portable home speaker' by any means, when you get to hear the Citation 200 you'll scream at just how massive it sounds
Mike Lowe. Pocket Lint. Monday, 02 Nov 2020 10:00:00 +0000.