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  • noun Plural form of citer.

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Examples

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • The fact stated was that citers get some value from citing.

    On the link economy « BuzzMachine

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • The age of James I. was a controversial age, of unsettled opinions and contested principles; an age, in which authority was considered as stronger than opinion; but the vigour of that age of genius was infused into their writings, and those citers, who thus perpetually crowded their margins, were profound and original thinkers.

    Literary Character of Men of Genius Drawn from Their Own Feelings and Confessions

  • Authors associated with universities were the most frequent citers of

    D-Lib Magazine

  • To the extent that citations are mounting a bit (they had nowhere to go but up, after all), how many citations outside a small circle that keep citing each other do these citers garner themselves?

    amor mundi

  • Could this development incline bloggers to consider grammar, punctuation, word choice and content more carefully (recognizing that some citers might desire to dismiss or deride the blogger’s position — or the blogger), or to refrain from posting certain thoughts?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Orin’s Blog Post Cited in Sixth Circuit Majority Opinion

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