uncited

uncited

(ʌnˈsaɪtɪd)
adj
1. not quoted or cited
2. (Law) (of a potential witness or defendant in a law court) not cited or summoned before a court of law
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This included the use of uncited facts about biological effects of vitamin D and attribution of casual mechanisms for vitamin D based on theory or single, observational studies (pp 3) (Framework Domain B).
After gaining a wide perspective of energy efficiency evaluation methods from the here cited (and uncited, but consulted and studied) publications, in this paper we suggest a conceptual framework that could be used to assess and compare methods for energy efficiency evaluation.
It can be clearly estimated from the graph that less number of journals are cited highly and the maximum number of journals remained uncited.
It was curious, in light of the extensive treatment that Soviet historians have given to debates over individual subjectivity, based precisely on diaries and memoirs, that this work went uncited in the books under review.
We are hailed to identify sources for uncited quotations, trace oblique references and allusions, and think through the meanings of allegories and symbols.
The documents I have used as data and also have cited in this paper appear in Appendix A, those that I used as data but have not cited in this paper are illustrated in Appendix B, and I do not include uncited media in the Appendix as it would be impractical to list all of those sources here.
It also includes multiple uncited passages and paraphrases from an earlier book by Gerhard Muller, at the time a priest and university professor, now a cardinal and prefect of the doctrinal congregation.
However, uncited Polish musicologist Zdzislaw Jachimecki heard not the Dies Irae, but an ironic minor-mode quotation of Karol Kurpinski's polonaise "Witaj Krolu" ("Welcome, King") (Zdzislaw Jachimecki, Chopin [Krakow: Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne, 1957], 134).
Typos, uncited quotations, and questionable claims appear here and there, although they do not detract much from the material.
All uncited quotes in the text are from this conversation.
The impact of scientific fraud (which again is different from the bad science described previously) on the overall scientific enterprise is minuscule: its incidence is very low, much of it is found in relatively obscure journals and uncited papers, and the self-correcting aspects of the enterprise are good at rooting it out.
With fewer citations, the likelihood rises that uncited prior art exists and could render a patent invalid.