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  1. Cited

    of Cite

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  1. Cited

    Referenced as an example.

    My mother was cited many times for her contributions towards society during the speech about volunteering.

    Submitted by anonymous on March 4, 2019  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Cited in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Cited in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of Cited in a Sentence

  1. Nancy Pelosi:

    It comes down to an economic message, the financial instability of American families is something that needs to be addressed. DEM REP RIPS PELOSI FOR UNDERMINING TRUMP IMPEACHMENT PUSH Pelosi also said this month that she would work to roll back the Trump tax cuts if they retake Congress, a statement Republicans have cited as proof that Democrats want to raise taxes. Now you’ve heard it straight from Nancy Pelosi’s mouth: if Democrats take back the House and she’s reinstalled as Speaker, your taxes will go up, a National Republican Congressional Committee spokesman said in a statement. On Monday, the Democrats unveiled a plan to highlight alleged corruption in the Trump administration. FULL MIDTERM COVERAGE.

  2. Corrections Director Charles Ryan:

    In fact, the Pima County medical examiner is cited as reporting that the breathing pattern exhibited by the inmate prior to his death is a normal bodily response to dying, even in someone highly sedated.

  3. Marvin Stone:

    We both had farm backgrounds. We both were free enterprise people and we had similar goals in life, and we were both in teaching, we were just kind of together in our concepts of what to do and what direction to go and so forth. To that end, the couple cited their faith in one another as the fuel for both good times and bad.

  4. Denis Klimentov:

    The organizing committee for the commencement last year thought that he was a colorful and interesting character, it was partially supported by the fact that The Washington Post, the newspaper, back in the spring of 2016, cited Carter as one of Mr. Trump's foreign policy advisors.

  5. Seth Bloom:

    The same factors that the FTC cited in the Office Depot/OfficeMax deal are present here, i think there's a fair chance for this deal to be approved.

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