Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of cite.

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Examples

  • By the way, the song is “From A Distance”, although the title cited here is part of the lyric.

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  • Louis Wright wrote that "Parts 6 and 7 of Modern Reports were known as 'Modern Cases'; they covered the period 1702-4," but the title cited here seems to fit the inventory description precisely.

    Inventory of Robert Carter's Estate, November [1733]

  • KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 - High Court judge Datuk Lau Bee Lan's controversial 'Allah' ruling that rocked the nation over who had rights to the term cited that the Home Minister and government's actions had been illegal, unconstitutional, irrational and had failed to satisfy that it was a threat to national security.

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  • From Standard 1 till Form 3 in a government school, I've never understood the term cited by my father - 'Don't let school get in the way of your education'.

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  • Neither was the term cited in any of the many references I examined, until I saw Dennis Anderson's

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2

  • Most will derive, from its title cited in other works, a Jewish plot that endangers America.

    Anti-semite or just making statements that no one likes? | Jewschool

  • We have, and it is a practice, not a garment, called skinny dipping, from dipping one’s naked skin in the water, a locution cited in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1966.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • We have, and it is a practice, not a garment, called skinny dipping, from dipping one’s naked skin in the water, a locution cited in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1966.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • We have, and it is a practice, not a garment, called skinny dipping, from dipping one’s naked skin in the water, a locution cited in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1966.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • We have, and it is a practice, not a garment, called skinny dipping, from dipping one’s naked skin in the water, a locution cited in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1966.

    No Uncertain Terms

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