Definitions for "References"
A list of publications, e.g. books and journal articles, that a person has used in writing a book, assignment etc.
A list of publications to which an author has made specific reference; usually placed at the end of an article or chapter, or at the end of a book, sometimes in chapter order.
Alternative name for BIBLIOGRAPHY, although some editors keep bibliographies for books alone and have other sources in a References section.
Aston, Diane E., and Eileen M. Dowd, 1991. Fragile Legacy: Endangered, Threatened and Rare Animals of South Dakota. Department of Game, Fish and Parks Wildlife Division, Pierre, SD. Greenhall, Authur M., 1982. House Bat Management. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serv., Pub. No. 143. Jones, J.K. Jr., David M. Armstrong, Robert S. Hoffman, and Clyde Jones, 1983. Mammals of the Northern Great Plains. University of Nebraska Press. Jones, J.K. Jr., and Hugh H. Genoways, 1967. A new subspecies of the fringe-tailed bat, Myotis thysanodes, from the Black Hills of S. Dakota and Wyoming. J. of Mammalogy, 48: 231-235. Kunz, Thomas H., 1982. Ecology of Bats. Plenum Press. Schlein, Miriam, 1982. Billions of Bats. New York: Lippincott. Tuttle, Merlin D., 1983. In Celebration of Bats. International Wildlife. Tuttle, Merlin D., and Stephen J. Kern, 1981. Bats and Public Health. Milwaukee Pub. Mus. Press
Ferris, C. and F. Brown. 1981. Butterflies of the Rocky Mountain States. U. of Okla. Press, Norman, OK. Mitchell, R. and H. Zim. 1987. Golden Guide: Butterflies And Moths. Golden Press, New York. Opler, P. A., and G. O. Krizek. 1984. Butterflies East of the Great Plains: An Illustrated Natural History. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. Pyle, R. M. 1981. The Audubon Society Field Guide to N. Am. butterflies. A. A. Knopf, New York. Pyle, R. M. 1984. The Audubon Society Handbook For Butterfly Watchers. Scribner's Sons, New York. Royer, R. 1988. Butterflies of N. Dakota: An Atlas And Guide. Minot State Univ. Science Mono. No. 1. Van Bruggen, T. 1983. Wildflowers, Grasses And Other Plants Of The Northern Plains and Black Hills. Badlands Natural History Association, Interior, SD.
Haig, S.M. 1992. Piping Plover. in The Birds of North America, No. 2 (A. Poole, P. Stettenheim, and F. Gill, Eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, DC: The American Ornithologists' Union. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1988. Great Lakes and Northern Great Plains Piping Plover Recovery Plan. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Twin Cities, MN.
a collaboration of Odile Loreille and Jan Kiesslich
business aquaintances who can verify and comment on your qualifications and background.
A statement about personal qualification, character, and dependability from a responsible person familiar with the job applicant.
Each reference consists of two parts, the two-page CASPA Reference Form and either a narrative on the electronic reference or a letter submitted on the writer's stationery if it is a paper reference. Three complete references are required. When two arrive, processing can begin if the application is otherwise complete.
Any item of prior art (publication or patent) used to determine patentability.
any prior art used to determine patentability. See prior art.
Keywords:  quackery, medical, years, over
to medical quackery over the years.
An element in the heading of each Survey Report that identifies published or other finding aids in foreign repositories that assisted an agent in discovering Virginia-related material in those collections.
Checking a tenant applicant's suitability to be able to pay the rent and also the applicant's track record in earlier rentals. This often involves contacting previous landlords, the present employer or accountant if self employed and bank (banks normally charge for providing references) See also Credit search references.
Keywords:  belief, thinking, mind, idea, event
The idea, person, event, belief, etc. that we have in mind and use in our thinking.
1) Commonly used source of information on a topic; see also resource. 2) Documentation of sources referred to in a written document.
Keywords:  proposed
Proposed referees
Keywords:  abstract, identifiers, object
Abstract object identifiers.