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cite

 (sīt)
v. cit·ed, cit·ing, cites
v.tr.
1.
a. To quote or refer to (a book or author, for example) as an authority or example in making an argument.
b. Law To refer to (a previous court decision or other legal precedent), as when arguing a case.
2. To mention or bring forward as support, illustration, or proof: cited several instances of insubordinate behavior.
3.
a. To commend officially for meritorious action in military service.
b. To honor formally.
4. To issue a notice of violation to: was cited by the police for jaywalking.
v.intr. Law
To make reference to a previous court decision. Often used with to: The lower court cited to the Supreme Court decision issued last year.
n. Informal
A citation or quotation.

[Middle English citen, to summon, from Old French citer, from Latin citāre; see keiə- in Indo-European roots.]

cit′a·ble adj.
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His manner abroad had lost its ex- citable watchfulness; it had become puzzled and diffident, as though he had suspected that there was somewhere about him something slightly com- promising, some embarrassing oddity; and yet had remained unable to discover what on earth this something wrong could be.
Based on the Scimago's report, Iran stood atop the Middle-Eastern states in software area with 1,521 documents, 1,224 citable documents and 1,263 citations in international papers.
Finally, the 'document type' was limited to the citable documents (Original Articles and Review Articles), this step found 7,245 documents.
We also continue to post accepted manuscripts online (as "in press"), which makes the manuscript content searchable and citable prior to publication.
The number of submissions by Egyptian researchers recorded 22,018 with an increase of 17.2 percent, while the amount of citable documents is 20,074.
It is the single most significant collection of information that doesn't exist elsewhere, in a searchable, accessible, citable form, about how modern institutions actually behave," Assange explained about the disclosures his organization was responsible for, with the highlights above representing the tip of the iceberg.
Last month, a Mount Kenya University lecturer and researcher won global recognition for developing a bio-pesticide to manage post-harvest losses in grains.Donatus Njoroge scooped the Global Innovation through Science and Technology (Gist Tech-1) 2019 Award, beating 23 other finalists during the Global Entrepreneurship Congress held in Bahrain on April 17.Still, for a long time Kenya has stood out on the continent as a research highflier with regard to the number of citable journals and the contributions of universities to the country's ICT innovation.
The calculation encompasses a two-year timeframe and is determined by dividing the number of times articles published by any specific journal were cited by the number of articles citable. The JIF is used to determine the importance or rank of a journal.
The denominator is the number of total possible citable items published in that journal (note: JCR does not include items like letters and other editorial items).
Our platform will also enable authors to make citable versions of their articles available, as a preprint before their formal publication.
Under OSHA's Multi-Employer Citation Policy, more than one employer may be citable for a hazardous condition that violates an OSHA standard, so we at least know that more than one business may be liable for any final findings.