That was a reference to Tony Lazarro, the last boyfriend Casey had begun to spend a lot of time with.
Now the hackers, with their reference to the 9/11 attacks, suggest they are prepared to kill.
Really it was a reference to an old George Harrison quote about the Beatles.
Make sure to reference music, film, and hairstyles of the time.
Market capitalization (as of June 10, 2010) for each company is included for reference.
The reference was to the safe in which the old people in the district stored their gains.
He had suspected that there had been some reference to the Boundary Gang, but this was not the case.
The history of the great majority is never compiled for reference.
In Britain this coin became a sign of value and lost its reference to the sovereign.
His reference to a "solatium" puzzled me, but it did not seem anything of consequence.
1580s, "act of referring," from refer + -ance, or else from French référence, from Medieval Latin *referentia, from Latin referentem (nominative referens), present participle of referre (see refer). Meaning "direction to a book or passage" is recorded from 1610s. Meaning "testimonial" is from 1895. Reference book dates from 1808. Phrase in reference to is attested from 1590s.
1620s, "to assign;" as "to provide with a reference," 1837 (implied in referenced), from reference (n.). Related: Referencing.