Notebook, 1993-



Relation, Regard, Respect, Direction of the Attention . . . . Note, Mention, Allusion, Citation, Use or Recourse for Purposes of Information . . . . Endorsement or Statement as to One's Character, Abilities, etc. . . . . Consideration, Concern

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Reference n. 1. an act or instance of referring. 2. direction of the attention: marks of reference. 3. a mention; allusion. 4. direction or a direction to some source of information. 5. use or recourse for purposes of information: a library for public reference. 6. a person to whom one refers for testimony as to one's character, abilities, etc. 7. a statement, usually written, made by this person. 8. relation, regard, or respect: all persons, without reference to age. -v.t. 9. to furnish [a book, dissertation, etc.] with references. 10. to mention or arrange as a reference. -Syn. 4. note, citation, 7. endorsement. 8. consideration, concern. [Urdang, Laurence, ed. Random House Dictionary of The English Language. New York: Random House, 1968.]



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