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op. cit.

abbr. Latin
opere citato (in the work cited)

op. cit.

(in textual annotations) abbreviation for
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) opere citato
[Latin: in the work cited]
Translations

op. cit.

[ˌɒpˈsɪt] advop. cit.(= opere citato)
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Panhwar, An Illustrated Historical Atlas of Soomra Kingdom of Sindh, op.cit., pp.49-50.
The foundation of university residences run by Opus Dei around the world is summarised in Andres VAZQUEZ DE PRADA, op.cit., pp.
Edye, Current status and potential for algal biofuels production, a report to IEA Bioenergy Task 39, 2010, apud International Energy Agency, op.cit.
op.cit.), pero tambien monovoltina en Utah con actividad entre julio y agosto (Parker et al., 1981.
Nueva cita provincial de este hidrofito estolonifero, de origen neotropical, que recientemente recogiamos como novedad en Valladolid (LAZARO BELLO, op.cit.: 74.
Foucault, Power/Knowledge, 151; Poovey, op.cit., 37-42, 455-72.
Santander, Imprenta Guzman, 1980 y CRUZ CANTERO, J.: Op.cit. 1986, 90.
For the post-World War II upsurge of fundamentalism in America, see Carpenter, op.cit., Chaps 8-12; and, William Martin, With God on Our Side; the rise of the religious right in America (NY: Broadway Books, 1997).
(24.) Yoshitsu also quotes a high-ranking Japanese official as follows; "the Arab countries were largely unaware of [Japan's] recognition of the legitimate right of Palestinian self-determination." See: Yoshitsu, op.cit., p.1.
The distinction between 'orthodox' and 'modernizers' is Ringer's, see op.cit.,