Cité

Cité is a French language word whose dictionary definition is city. In common parlance (at least in France) the term tends to have a negative nuance implying a high-rise 20th century inner-city HLM like the US term projects or the British term housing estate. Cité may also mean: ...
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Cite

(1) To make reference to a legal authority, such as a statute or the decision in another case, to make a legal point in argument. (2) To give notice of being charged with a minor crime and a date for appearance in court to answer the charge rather than being arrested (usually given by a police officer).
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Cité

(from the article `Carcassonne`) ...Languedoc-Roussillon region, southwestern France, southeast of Toulouse, near the eastward bend of the Aude River, which divides the city into two ...
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Cite

• (v. t.) To refer to or specify, as for support, proof, illustration, or confirmation. • (v. t.) To call upon officially or authoritatively to appear, as before a court; to summon. • (v. t.) To quote; to repeat, as a passage from a book, or the words of another. • (v. t.) To urge; to enjoin. • (v. t.) To bespeak; to indica...
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cite

noun a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage; `the student`s essay failed to list several important citations`; `the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book`; `the article includes mention of similar clinical ...
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Cite

Cite transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cited ; present participle & verbal noun Citing ] [ French citer , from Latin citare , intens. of cire , ciēre , to put in motion, to excite; akin to ...
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Cite

1. It is an act of referring to previous court decisions, statutes and legal books on the basis of which the present trial can be based and arguments be made 2. It also refers to the notice given by the court to the party of the lawsuit to appear in the court during the trial. It can be either for a petty offence, or civil cases or criminal cases. ...
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CITE

acronym: Chemical Instrumentation Test and Evaluation
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cite

cite 1. To quote as an authority or an example. 2. To mention or to bring forward as a support, an illustration, or a proof: 'He cited several instances of illegal behavior.' 3. To commend officially for meritorious action in military service; to honor formally. 4. To summon before a court of law. 5/ Etymology: from Old French citer, 'to summon...
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cite

give reference to
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cite

make reference to
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cite

make reference to
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make reference to
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cite

refer to for illustration or proof
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cite

v. 1) to make reference to a decision in another case to make a legal point in argument. 2) to give notice of being charged with a minor crime and a date for appearance in court to answer the charge rather than being arrested (usually given by a police officer).
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