It has no point of reference in its own past to which its members can refer for guidance.
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
He himself says "one" in the letter referred to.
"All About Coffee" by William H. Ukers
Natural objects, natural phenomena are not referred to for their own sake.
"The Astronomy of the Bible" by E. Walter Maunder
The scenery of Japan has provided a theme for so many pens that I do not feel inclined to do more than refer to it in passing.
"The Empire of the East" by H. B. Montgomery
The reference is to the style rather than to the age.
"English Synonyms and Antonyms" by James Champlin Fernald
But the only books to which he could refer his hearers filled thousands of pages, and referred to many thousands of cases.
"The Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, Bart., K.C.S.I." by Sir Leslie Stephen
Mr. PEARSON prefixes to the preceding article a list of synonymes, with references to authors, in the manner of writers on natural history.
"North American Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 2, No. 3, July, 1826" by Various
It can be best understood by reference to the policy of the University of Chicago.
"College Teaching" by Paul Klapper
A few words, however, may with propriety be added with reference to the local treatment of the minor ailments to which I have just referred.
"The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases" by Charles West, M.D.
To what its agreeableness is referable.
"Modern Painters Volume II (of V)" by John Ruskin
And far away on the wreck-strewn shore
Where the crew of the Sue reside,
They never refer to Eberly Moore
Or Eberly's fair young bride.
"Eberly's Fair Young Bride" by Wallace Irwin
"My boy," he said, in tone consoling,
"Give up this idle fancy - do -
The song you heard my daughter trolling
Did not, indeed, refer to you.
"Little Oliver" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Watching my mother slowly die I knew
My first release. I wish some ancient bugaboo
Followed me. But my sin is always my sin.
With no special legend or God to refer to.
"My Friend, My Friend" by Anne Sexton
The warriour thus in song his deeds express'd,
Nor vainly boasted what he but confess'd,
While warlike actions were proclaim'd abroad,
That all their praises, shou'd refer to God.
"David" by Thomas Parnell
And if I lie, I lie because I love you,
Because I am bothered by the things I do,
Because your hurt invades my calm white skin:
With no special legend or God to refer to,
I think it would be better to be a Jew.
"My Friend, My Friend" by Anne Sexton
The goddess Chicomecoatl, "seven guests," was the deity who presided
over food and drink. Hence in the first verse she is referred to as
Chicomolotl, "seven ears of corn," and is spoken of as a guide to
Tlalocan, or the home of abundance.
"Sacred Song Of Ancient Mexicans - XVI." by Daniel Garrison Brinton
This is in reference to the article that appeared in Nov 9 edition which claimed there were two warring factions battling about tax money paid and received from Lehigh Acres.
Not even from these cliffs does the Black Sea look black, so one starts to suspect that the word refers to something other than the color of the water.
The day after the close of the NFL regular season is joking referred to in league offices as "Black Monday" because of the job changes which always seem to come on that day.
A message referring to the blocked Twitter site.
A deputy responded to a rural address in reference to a report of theft that had occurred the previous night.
What kind of vegetable is sometimes referred to as "music roots" in Southern Kentucky.
Theorem Clinical Research Releases the 'Little Advisor,' a Site-Level Reference Booklet for ISO 14155:2011 for Medical Device Trials.
When you start a company with little money and no outside funding— carefully monitoring expenses while you're growing— your growth model is often referred to as " bootstrapping ".
An homage filled with references to children's books.
Romney twice referred to the fact that when he was governor, Massachusetts students led the nation in standardized test scores for math and reading.
"The newspapers built it up enormously," he said, referring to the bad-boy image.
She refers to a 30-year-old business model of being solely a fundraising entity.
"We've booked outstanding performers and world-famous acts," RNC chairman Reince Priebus boasted last week, referring to the Republican convention's musical line-up.
The unanswerable question I'm referring to: "How does the NFL determine compensatory picks.".
And Walker — who's traveling the country on a "10 Million a Minute Tour," which refers to the.
For existence results for the Navier-Stokes equation in thin domains we particularly refer to Raugel and the references therein.
Existence and homogenization of the Rayleigh-B\'enard problem
With this choice of iǫ′ s the lefthand side of (29) refers to the density of quarks in the nucleon wavefunction while the righthand side of (29) refers to the transverse momentum spectrum of quark jets produced.
Parton Saturation-An Overview
Classical references are [Sz1, Ca] while more recent references (with more precise results) are in [SL, Su].
Equilibrium distribution of zeros of random polynomials
The reader is referred to for detailed analytical expressions as well as for a more complete list of bibliographical references.
Neutrino-nucleon scattering rate in the relativistic random phase approximation
For further details, we refer the reader to reference .
Product Groups, Discrete Symmetries, and Grand Unification