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AcronymDefinition
CITECitation (HTML)
CITEConvention on International Trade in Endangered Species
CITEConstruction Industry Trading Electronically (UK)
CITECenter for Industrial Technology and Enterprise (Cebu City, Philippines)
CITECenter of Industrial and Technical Excellence
CITECertified Incentive Travel Executive
CITECanadian Institute of Transportation Engineers
CiTECenter for Internet Technology in Education
CITECargo Integration Test Equipment
CITEConsortium of Information and Telecommunications Executives
CITEChemical Instrumentation Test and Evaluation
CITECenter for Independence, Technology, and Education
CITECommunications and Information Technology Excellence
CITEContractor Independent Technical Effort
CITECommanders Integrated Training Environment (US Army)
CITECentre for Ideas and the Economy (Australia)
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2) Its transfer to a new museum at La Villette was decided soon after the creation of the Cite de la Musique was first announced as a presidential grand projet in 1982.
While Moore identifies "montage" and other cinematic techniques used by Wright for his "telescoping of black history" in the text (142-43), he cites William Stott as an authority on the documentary, but Stott actually misread the major collaborative efforts between Wright and Rosskam in the selecting, cropping, and placing of the FSA pictures in the photographic text.
Teresa is so confident that she partnered with Ken Russell, Vice President of CITE Armored.
We are very proud that La Cite de Mirabel will represent significant economic benefits for the region," said Ray Junior Courtemanche, Co-developer of the project.
Bray cites Sparta, suggesting that I wrongly believed that all Greeks embraced similar ideas of freedom and "the consent of the governed.
The Cite is in fact two colonies of buildings on the southern edge of the Parc de la Villette, the 35 hectare urban park conceived by Bernard Tschumi in the late 1980s (AR August 1989).
In particular, three "case studies" show how previously unknown solutions can emerge through combining sets of biomedical articles that are logically related but which do not cite or mention each other (Swanson 1986b, 1988, 1990a).
Building off the success of the inaugural CITE Conference + Expo, this year's event will feature the latest real-world stories and thought leadership around how organizations can embrace consumer technology and give users the power to work in new and more efficient ways," said Matt Rosoff, editorial director, CITEworld.
Mr Nowland has determined that he cannot cite the alleged act of foul play as the footage emerged outside the citing period.
Because reprinting previously published articles in books is desirable from a social perspective (it helps to disseminate knowledge further), it is important to adopt a citing practice that encourages journals to permit such reprinting, thus providing another justification for the proposed practice to cite the original article rather than the book chapter.
Now in an updated second edition, Cite It Right: The Source Aid Guide to Citation, Research, and Avoiding Plagiarism is a guide written especially for students and researchers.