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References in classic literature ?
I cannot here give references and authorities for my several statements; and I must trust to the reader reposing some confidence in my accuracy.
This is because there is an exemption from the need to disclose data for people who give references.
Stingy references: Don't give references to anyone unless they're ready to offer you a job you'll accept.
However, They Should Give References Of Previous Supplies.
Of course, she also first says, "Tim, you know we can't give references.
He ends with a final attempt to prove my ignorance by asking if I could give references that cover the changes (he says I base my notions on) to the fundamental laws and equations involved in paralleling three-phase generators to the synchronous infinite grid network.
The exterior of the new Administration Building will be brick to give references to a historical renovation of an industrial warehouse as though it could have been the original Mears facility expanded over time.
It is a long drag - it is very intimidating, having to give references.
The later is an aspect that I value, in that in answering questions they often give references to other related entries in the book to remind the reader of a detail they may have missed, or not yet read, or to extend the scope of the answer, and so create a thread that enables a reader to follow a particular topic in a more detailed way.
I assume that family members are usually asked to give references.
Chapter ending notes give references to original papers and provide suggestions for further reading.
However, they have responded by saying it is not their policy to give references and that they will only respond to factual questions put to them.