- v. present participle of cite.
“MoC sources said that sister Nirmala had declined to head the institution for another term citing poor health condition and in the new elections on March 24 Sister Prema was elected as the third Superior-General of the organisation.”
“Either the passage you are citing is irrelevant to this discussion, or you are claiming that someone has tried “to misrepresent the opinions and aims of other districts.””
“The UK Supreme Court will doubtless begin citing Scalia et al. as authorities on the ancient rights of Englishmen.”
““Either the passage you are citing is irrelevant to this discussion””
“Does anyone know (and I mean actually “know” here as in citing case precedent, so non-lawyers STFU) whether judicial clerks are protected by the Pickering/Rutan line?”
“Please Mr. Cheney have you forgotten ... when you was wearing the shoes of the U.S. you were so low keyed that I forgot we had a V.P. Now here you are citing from the sideline like a one arm cheerleader.”
“I was factual in citing the types of game that Microsoft tends to promote because of their user base.”
“Or begin citing the age of every candidate you report on, in every story.”
“Hitchens puts his journalistic background to good use here in citing many different examples of how each religion causes more pain and suffering than good.”
“Reversible error found in citing Wikipedia for facts.”
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