Thesaurus / cite


In particular, you cite deep tech, digital health and personalised healthcare.
Even Germany, an oft-cited example of coronavirus response excellence in Europe, has slowly seen its daily case count edge up, with nearly 2,000 infections — a doubling from August 1.
On Thursday, Crown Publisher David Drake cited the scale of Obama’s ambition to write a book that captures the experiences of being president and offers an inspiring story for young people.
So the government had tried to delay the implementation of LGPD until May next year, citing reasons such as businesses not being able to prepare for the law during the pandemic.
Privacy was the reason cited by Google but advertisers quickly called the motives into question and complained about the loss of transparency into a large amount of ad spend.
The lack of such an alert was cited by Indonesian investigators as a factor in the Lion Air crash.
He cited a comparison to Winston Churchill that he rolled out a few days ago.
For example, Target said that roughly 40% of its online orders are picked up in store and Best Buy cited an even larger percentage in recent earnings reports.
The recent wave has seen individual investors account for as much of 75% of options trades on a given day, while sales of call contracts exceeded puts by 22 million in a recent week, according to figures cited by Bloomberg.
"'Cite can do it as well as I; it is really her business," she explained to Edna, who apologized for interrupting her.


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