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  1. referencedadjective

    supported with written references or citations

    "a carefully referenced biography"

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  1. referenced

    Referenced generally refers to the act of mentioning or citing a source, object, or piece of information as a support or example. This could be related to academic work where one refers to previous research or in computing where a data object is identified. It also signifies that something is used as a guide or standard for decision making or execution of a task.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of referenced in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of referenced in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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  1. Mariza Snyder:

    Abdullah — who now weighs less than she did pre-pregnancy — tries to reach for spices when preparing each meal of the day. For example, she mixes cinnamon into her breakfast smoothies to manage insulin levels and keep blood sugar low, and sprinkles nuts with red chili powder, which increases metabolism, as well as salt, pepper and cumin. For a quick dinner, she marinates chicken overnight with cumin, ginger, garlic, jalapenos, smoked paprika and coriander. She referenced her cauliflower, pea and carrot medley with turmeric, which reduces inflammation. Experts say spices can be beneficial for weight loss, but an active lifestyle and eating well overall are key. Dr. Mariza Snyder, author of The Matcha Miracle, said exercising, avoiding processed foods, and opting for a plant-based diet when possible is crucial. Today, in addition to adding spices to Mariza Snyder food, Abdullah works out about twice a week. Mariza Snyder’s energetic and confident, and no longer feels deprived. Plus, Mariza Snyder weight is at an all-time low for Mariza Snyder adult life. My life has changed because I seek out more active things to do now.

  2. George Floyd:

    Philonise Floyd appeared Wednesday before House Judiciary CommitteeHouse for an oversight hearing on policing and law enforcement accountability. The testimony came after George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis police custody in late May, an event that has sparked a national outcry along with sustained protests and civil unrest over the issue of police misconduct and racial injustice, as well as calls for Congress to act.In the wake of national protests and unrest, House and Senate Democrats have unveiled sweeping police reform legislation, while Senate Republicans are also now working to craft their own reform proposal. It remains unclear, however, whether there will be enough bipartisan support for anything to pass through both chambers of Congress. The path to any kind of bipartisan compromise is expected to be difficult as well with congressional Republicans already sounding skeptical of a number of proposals that Senate Democrats are pushing. In Senate Republicans testimony, George Floyd brother referenced the mass protests unfolding across the United States and urged policing reform and accountability. Read More.

  3. Kasim Reed:

    He talks about college affordability but he never referenced how much President Obama and Democrats put on the line to remove $50 billion from the cost of college.

  4. Andrew Chesnut:

    He specifically referenced Marti as a fighter against 'dynasties,' a reference of course to the five decadelong Castro regime.

  5. Glenn Greenwald:

    Obviously that comment [by Psaki] that you just referenced is in and of itself disturbing. Why should the White House be weighing in at all on who they think should be on Spotify, who they think should not be what they think Spotify should and shouldn't be doing about their podcast host?

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