Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who cites.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun R One who cites.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun law An index of citations of legal cases and other sources
  • noun obsolete One who makes a citation; a citer or citor

Etymologies

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From Latin citator, agent noun of citare ("to cite").

Examples

  • Many of these collections, however, suffer from similar flaws: they devote too much effort to collecting case law rather than other authorities, they overemphasize recent works especially those originally created in digital form, they do not adequately hyperlink between related documents in the collection, their citator functions are haphazard and rudimentary, and they do not enable easy user authentication against official reference sources.

    Two Forthcoming Papers on Crowdsourcing, Open Access, Wikisource, Legal & Humanities Research « ResourceShelf

  • Where I work, we are most familiar with the JustCite component, a legal citator for locating and noting up legal materials.

    British Law Sites Justis and JustCite Get New Look

  • Finally, there is no citator service to verify that a particular opinion has not been overruled or vacated, distinguished, or otherwise declared of dubious value.

    Internet News: Scholarly Archives

  • Finally, there is no citator service to verify that a particular opinion has not been overruled or vacated, distinguished, or otherwise declared of dubious value.

    Internet News: US Legal Opinion in Google Scholar

  • Finally, there is no citator service to verify that a particular opinion has not been overruled or vacated, distinguished, or otherwise declared of dubious value.

    Internet News: November 2009 Archives

  • Where I work, we are most familiar with the JustCite component, a legal citator for locating and noting up legal materials.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • A digest of all decisions of all courts of the State of Ohio, state and federal, and a citator of all considered cases;: Enlarged annual for 1904 by Jay Ford Laning

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Appeals court sides with Ohio secretary of state

  • I warned her that some researchers might now switch to KeyCite because it would be the only citator for limiting by a West headnote.

    West headnote numbers removed from Shepard's

  • I warned her that some researchers might now switch to KeyCite because it would be the only citator for limiting by a West headnote.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The service also enhanced West's unique KeyCite citator to allow users to quickly and easily retrieve a list of all Westlaw cases and statutes, administrative decisions and analytical sources that cite a particular subsection or paragraph of the tax code.

    TaxProf Blog

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