loco citato


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loco citato

(ˈlɒkəʊ sɪˈtɑːtəʊ)
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) in the place or passage quoted. Abbreviation: loc. cit or lc
[Latin: in the place cited]
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loco citato

A Latin phrase meaning in the cited place, the full form of the abbreviation loc. cit.
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When race mixing was infrequent and moderate; after the age of the nobles, when still great faculties were no longer renewed at dried out sources, it went on, more or less quickly depending on the place, irreversibly to confuse all its principles as a consequence of all its heterogeneous unions" (De Gobineau: loco citato, Vol II, p.
As further observed by De Gobineau (Loco citato, vol II, p.