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The Citation M2 is powered by a pair of FADEC-controlled Williams International FJ44-1AP-21 turbofan engines, each producing 1,965 pounds of thrust.
Setting a new standard in the super-midsize category, the Citation Longitude is the company s latest innovation as it continues to invest in its family of larger business jets.
The Citation Columbus is expected to gain full certification in 2013 and to enter service in 2014.
According to Kostoff (1998), the usefulness of citation analysis is in measuring research impact or quality.
Catreus currently manages and operates a mixed fleet of aircraft, which includes the Cessna Citation Mustang, Citation M2, Citation Bravo, Citation Excel, Citation XLS and Citation XLS+ business jets.
Calculation of the predicted impact factor was done in a way to match official impact factors published annually in Thomson Scientific Journal Citation Reports.
Relevant, rigorous research of better quality, papers that have a large number of references to articles already published in their journal, or publishing a highly controversial paper--all will drive up the citation rates (some important articles may not appear to have significant potential for citation).
Typically, citations are issued for violations of the Accountancy Act, or its rules or regulations that are administrative in nature and do not rise to the level requiring disciplinary action against a license.
Finding a suggested citation format is becoming increasingly common.
Hiremath and Sangen (1988) carried-out a citation analysis of doctoral dissertations in Chemistry.
Pendlebury, who took over the citation laureate analysis in 1989, formulates his predictions after extensive research that begins in earnest every July.