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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]

loco citato

A Latin phrase meaning in the cited place, the full form of the abbreviation loc. cit.
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17) Idem, <<Commemoracion funeraria y contexto social>>, loc.
For the attribution of both bestial and human qualities to the Satyrs in satyr-plays and art see P VOELKE, loc.
Por su parte, la oposicion o los movimientos rebeldes pueden albergar el temor de que las Naciones Unidas, por ser un organo intergubernamental, favoreceran al gobierno>>; S/2009/189; loc.
Para abundar sobre la produccion de cacao en las provincias de Igualapa y Zacatula vease los trabajos de Rolf Widmer, Conquista y despertar de las costas de la Mar del Sur, 1521-1684, Mexico, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 1990, y Hernandez Jaimes, loc.
lt;< Lettre d'Angleterre : Le style dans la prose anglaise contemporaine >>, loc.
Wogihara's edition of the Abhisamayalamkaraloka Prajnaparamitavyakhya: sarva evatra puja-daksina-gana-parikarsady-arhatayarhantah (instead of loc.
38) In a recent article, he speaks of <<humanitarisme impenaliste>>, loc.
and Stone and Stoneking "mtDNA analysis of a prehistoric Oneota Population," loc.
McNeil, "The Democratic Element in Calvin's Thought", loc.
35), Debussy, Ravel ('I have always adored Ravel'; loc.