In the history of a statute in a KeyCite result, this category lists in chronological order the citations to session laws that have enacted, amended, or renumbered the section. See Viewing the History of Your Case or Statute for details.
in general, this term refers to the list of technical personnel, cast, and crew of a film; specifically, it refers to the list of names and functions of persons and corporations contributing and responsible for the artistic or intellectual content of a film, such as: "Story by...", "Screenplay by...", "Photography by...", etc.; sometimes distinguished from the cast (the performers in front of the camera); see also titles or post-credits sequence. Example: The beginning of the stark credits in Citizen Kane (1941); Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) is unusual since it doesn't have end credits, but concludes with a placard reading "EXIT MUSIC" while soft mandolin music plays.