citation

listen to the pronunciation of citation
Englisch - Türkisch
alıntı
{i} celp kâğıdı
{i} huk. celp, çağrı
celpname
örnek olarak gösterme
(Kanun) çağırma
(Kanun) tebligat
(Kanun) ihzar
geldiri
(Kanun) tebliğ
iktibas
ADı GEÇME: Bir işte başarı gösterenlerin isimlerinin, bir emir veya haberde özel surette bahsedilmesi
{i} takdirnâme [ask.]
{i} huk. celp kâğıdı
takdirnâme celp kâğıdı
(Askeri) ADI GEÇME: Bir işte başarı gösterenlerin isimlerinin, bir emir veya haberde özel surette bahsedilmesi
{i} eserden aktarma
{i} çağrı
{i} -i kaynak/örnek olarak gösterme
(Kanun) davet etme
(Kanun) bildirme
aktarma
davet
(Kanun) davetiye
celbe
alıntılama
celp
takdirnâme
citation indexes
atıf indeksleri
citation form
(Dilbilim) alıntı biçimi
citations
alıntıları
co-citation
co-alıntı
erroneous citation
yanlış alıntı
source citation
kaynak kaynak
distinguished unit citation
(Askeri) BİRLİK SAVAŞ TEMAYÜZ NİŞANI: Muharebede kahramanlığı gösteren bir birlik nişanı. Gösterilmesi gereken kahramanlık derecesiz bir şahsın Savaş Temayüz Madalyası alması için gerekli kahramanlık derecesinin aynıdır
distinguished unit citation
(Askeri) üstün birlik nişanı
exact citation
bire bir alıntı
next citation
(Bilgisayar) sonraki alıntı
next citation
(Bilgisayar) sonraki atıf
presidential unit citation
(Askeri) CUMHURBAŞKANLIĞI BİRLİK SAVAŞ NİŞANI: Bak. "Distinguished Unit Citation"
unit citation
(Askeri) BİRLİK TAKDİRNAMESİ: Bak "unit award "
Englisch - Englisch
A reference to decided cases, or books of authority, to prove a point in law
Enumeration; mention; as, a citation of facts
A commendation in recognition of some achievement, or a formal statement of an achievement
An official summons or notice given to a person to appear; the paper containing such summons or notice
The act of citing a passage from a book, or from another person, in his own words
The passage or words quoted; quotation
{n} a summons, quotation, recital
Information such as author, title, pagination, and dates which identifies an item - book, journal article, or other format Sufficient information is included to locate the original item
All of the pertinent information needed to identify any type of writing For a periodical article a citation would include the author and title of the article and the date, volume and page numbers of the periodical For a book a citation will include the author and title of the book, the place of publication, publisher and date of publication
information which fully identifies a publication; a complete citation usually includes author, title, name of journal (if the citation is to an article) or publisher (if to a book), and date Often pages, volumes and other information will be included in a citation *
{i} quotation; official praise; summons to a court of law
a summons that commands the appearance of a party at a proceeding
The information needed to locate the source of information This information is needed both for you to find the source to begin with, as well as for anyone who reads your work and wishes to read more about it For a book, this includes the author of the book, title, publisher plus place and date of publication If the citation is to specific pages in the book, this must be included as well Citations for an article include the author and title of the article, name of the periodical, pages and date of publication For more information or to see specific examples see a style manual
(law) the act of citing (as of spoken words or written passages or legal precedents etc )
a passage or expression that is quoted or cited
Information which fully identifies a publication: a complete citation usually includes author, title, name of journal (if the citation is to an article) or publisher (if to a book), and date Often pages, volumes and other information will be included in a citation
A citation from a book or other piece of writing is a passage or phrase from it. = quotation
The basic information needed to find specific materials For a book this information includes author, title, place of publication, publisher, and date published When the book is "cited" by another author, page number(s) may be included For an article, the citation usually includes author, title, name of journal, date, volume, and pages
a reference to a text or part of a text A citation may be made to a book, journal article, or other type of publication It contains information necessary to identify and locate the work, including author, title and date
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 cases"
Citations are found in bibliographies and indexes A citation is a reference to a work, such as a book or a journal article - it provides the necessary information needed to locate the work A book citation provides the author, title, publisher, publication place, and year of a work An article citation provides author(s), article title, journal title, volume, pages, and date Citations usually follow a particular format called a style Example: APA and MLA
A brief reference to an article, book, or other type of material Citations usually include the following information-author, title, source, place and date of publication When you look at a bibliography or search an index, you retrieve citations Often citations retrieved from an index will include additional information such as journal title and page number This information makes it easier to locate the actual article being cited
May also be called a "reference" The basic information needed to find specific materials For books this information usually included the author, title, place of publication, publisher, and date For articles, citation includes author, title, name of journal, date, volume and pages
Reference or footnote about an item such as a book or journal article A citation for a book includes the author, title, publisher, place of publication, and date of publication A citation for an article in a journal includes the author, title of article, title of periodical (also referred to as the source), volume and issue number, page number(s), and date of publication A single citation is called a reference; a group of citations is a bibliography For more information about types of citations, consult the "Understanding and Interpreting Citations" research guide
thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1948
A note of reference to a work from which a passage is quoted or from which information is taken Includes information necessary to locate the source including the author, title, and publication date See also bibliographic citation
Information which identifies a book, article, or other resource A citation usually includes author, title, and publication place and date It may also include journal title, issue, and page number This information helps in locating the resource Back
Complete information about a specific item It may be a reference to a text that has been quoted, or to some source that has been used as an authority A citation for a book includes author, title, place of publication, publisher, and year A citation for an article in a periodical includes author, title of the article, title of the periodical, volume number, pages, and date A single citation is sometimes called a reference A group of citations gathered together is usually called a bibliography
A citation is a reference or footnote to an item (such as a book or periodical article); a citation contains the author, title, date of publication and any other information needed to locate the item
A brief reference to an article, book or other type of material Citations usually include the following information - author, title, source, place and date of publication When you look at a bibliography or search an index, you retrieve citations Often citations retrieved from an index will include additional information such as journal title and page number This information makes it easier to locate the actual article being cited
a reference to an item from which a quotation or information was taken or to which a person is being directed Includes enough information to locate the original item For example: a book citation would include author, title, place of publication, publisher and date of publication; an article citation would include author, title, name of periodical, date, and page reference A citation may be found in a research paper, a periodical index, or in a catalogue
Information about a resource (book, article, etc ) such as the author, title, publisher, date of publication or copyright, place of publication, physical descriptors Sufficient information is included to locate the original item
A statement, often abbreviated, on information about a publication Usually includes author, title, volume number, pages
A reference or footnote to a book, a magazine or journal article, or another source It contains all the information necessary to identify and locate the work, including author, title, publisher, date, volume, issue number, and pages
A citation is an official document or speech which praises a person for something brave or special that they have done. His citation says he showed outstanding and exemplary courage
an official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement
A reference or listing of the key pieces of information about a work that make it possible to identify and locate it again The elements of a citation normally include author, title, place of publication, publisher, and date of publication for a book; and journal title, volume, number, issue, year, and page numbers for an article The exact form of the citation depends on the academic discipline; ask your professor A group of citations are collected in a bibliography When you search in an index or database, you retrieve citations
thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1948 a summons that commands the appearance of a party at a proceeding an official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement 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 cases"
A reference to a work, such as a book or a journal article A citation includes the author, title, publication place, and year of a work Other information, such as edition and page number, may be included
The act of citing a passage from a book, or from another person, in his own words; also, the passage or words quoted; quotation
a reference to a publication, book, or article, etc For a book, the information given in each citation consists of 1) author; 2) title; 3) place of publication; 4) publisher and 5) date of publication For a periodical article, each citation includes the author and title of the article, plus the name of the periodical, the volume, date, and page numbers of the issue in which the article appears Citations must be written in a correct format by following the Style Manual of a particular discipline For example, the field of psychology uses the Style Manual published by the American Psychological Association (APA) There are different style manuals for a number of disciplines Be sure to follow the style manual recommended by your instructor Then two most used citation styles at MiraCosta College are the APA and the MLA (Modern Language Association) style for papers written in the humanities
A citation is descriptive information about the spoken, written or printed words of another A list of citations is the result of a search in a database or on the WWW The citation contains all the information you need for the bibliography ie author, year of publication, title, city of publication and publisher
A citation is the same as a summons. The court could issue a citation and fine Ms. Robbins. (foaled 1945) U.S. Thoroughbred racehorse. In four seasons he won 32 of 45 races, finished second in ten, and third in two. He won the 1948 Triple Crown, and became the first horse to win $1 million. He set a world record in 1950 by running a mile in 1: 33 3/5
the elements that describe an information resource Citations to articles typically include author, title of article, title of magazine, volume number, issue number, date, page numbers You will need to include citations in the bibliography or footnotes of your papers
(law) the act of citing (as of spoken words or written passages or legal precedents etc
citation cord
A decorative cord worn on the shoulder, generally in conjunction with a uniform, also known as an Aiguillette. As pictured, this cord is being worn backwards (see Highty-Tighties ). Instead, the thick braid goes under the arm, with the narrow strands outside
citation form
the basic form of a word used as a dictionary entry
citation-cord
Attributive form of citation cord, noun
citation form
the form of a word that heads a lexical entry and is alphabetized in a dictionary
case citation
A combination of numbers and abbreviations used in common law countries to identify the opinion of a court, including the names of the parties, case reporter, name of the court, year of the decision, and sometimes the page of the opinion that is cited
co-citation
The simultaneous linking to each of a group of webpages from each of another group of webpages, even though the members of the group do not link to each other; used by some search engines to establish a connection between related pages
citations
plural of citation
citations
of Internet Resources Try the ESLOS site to see examples of citations of various sources Fill in your data and print Landmarks for schools have tools including Citation Machine and Internet Resource Collection Form Create a bibliography online with EasyBib
citations
Citations may be made by the examiner or author They comprise a list of references that are believed to be relevant prior art and which may have contributed to the "narrowing" of the original application The examiner can also cite references from technical journals, textbooks, handbooks and sources
citations
Citations identify books and periodical articles by providing specific publication information Please see the glossary terms "article citations" and "book citations" for more information
citations
A list one can refer to that contains terms that identify whole or parts of library resources so that they may be found
citation
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