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Noun1.citation form - the form of a word that heads a lexical entry and is alphabetized in a dictionarycitation form - the form of a word that heads a lexical entry and is alphabetized in a dictionary
descriptor, form, signifier, word form - the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something; "the inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a list of inflections to be attached"
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800 refers to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, or if the proper citation form is not there, to the Florida Style Manual.
Creates a citation form for citing the Florida Standard Jury Instructions in Contract and Business Cases.
The infinitive of a verb is usually the citation form of verbs for lexicographic purposes.
The distribution of SMG nominal inflection into eight inflection classes is depicted in (4), where inflected nouns are given in the citation form, that is, in the nominative singular, while glosses for case and number are omitted as irrelevant for the argumentation.
If charges must be brought, officers cannot use the standard motor vehicle citation form.
Although it is obvious that MSHA's plans to change the citation form (Form 7000-3) will have some influence on the special assessments process as well, the exact impact is not addressed whatsoever.
gov; revised and expanded coverage of legal periodicals to emphasize the use of electronic search aids; expanded and updated coverage of legal citation form, including The Bluebook App, WestlawNext's Citation Preferences, and the Federal Digital System; a revamped section on conducting legislative history research, with emphasis on using public domain websites; discussion of new features of computer-assisted legal research, such as Lexis Advance, Lexis Communities, Fastcase, Casemaker, and Bloomberg Law; more information on electronic communications like email and text messaging; new practice tips, websites, and sample documents; and updated screen shots.
Contract awarded for Reexamination citation form, apt.
In Goodbye to the Bluebook I suggested four principles to guide the design of such a system: "to spare the writer or editor from having to think about citation form," "to economize on space and the reader's time," "to provide information to the reader," and "to minimize distraction.
5) Some argue that correct citation "adds to the credibility of the author" (6) and that "[a]ttention to citation form .
What do you do when you can't find an APA citation form for the arcane document you're using?
18) For example, case names are written in ordinary Roman type in full citations, but are italicized in the main text or short citation form.