Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
The circumstances under which I now meet you will acquit me from entering into that subject further than to refer to the great constitutional charter under which you are assembled
In this article I use the acronym EPMO to refer to any or all of these possibilities generically, unless otherwise specified.
I've downloaded PDF manuals and adjuster's manuals to various models, and when I'm working on a particular machine I have the iPad display the diagrams I need to refer to.
Alias destinations are destinations that can be configured to refer to another destination, potentially on a foreign bus.
A borrowed concept of "androgyny" from feminists' criticism is employed here as a trope to refer to a new type of relations between authors and translators.
In XML documents you need to refer to people, places, and things with inter - relationships ranging from general to more specific, part and kind, and synonym and antonym.
Hmmm. The reporter hadn't mentioned Jesse Jackson, but Mr. Clinton somehow felt it apposite to refer to him anyway.
Thespis, of Athens (6th BC) was the first person to speak lines as an individual actor on stage, thus the term “Thespian” to refer to a theatrical performer was born.
The term Illuminati is consequently used to refer to the Rothschild bloodline families and their offshoots that make up a major portion of the controlling elite of European banking dynasties.
It will encroach upon others' intellectual property to refer to or cite others' unpublished papers, to refer to or cite inappropriately, and to be inaccurate and un standard in reference and citation.