And when I was interviewing people in prison they referenced Heat.
The often referenced Bar Ilan University speech of Netanyahu in 2009 purportedly supports a Palestinian state.
Carmona choked up when he referenced his abuelitas Mercedes and Maria, who helped raise him in Spanish Harlem.
The column also referenced a recent IdeaWorksCompany study that said airlines made $22.6 billion in ancillary revenues last year.
He has been referenced in television, film, and music, sometimes simply as a cultural flashpoint, other times as a liberator.
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Footnotes have been moved to the end of the chapters in which they are referenced.
Applying this rule, illustration 341 is a tented arch, referenced to a whorl.
Index was minimally checked for accuracy of page references and consistency with spellings in referenced pages.
The transcribers attempted to remedy these, usually with dashes, by examining the referenced text.
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.