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Pronunciation: [sa͡ɪtˈe͡ɪʃənz] (IPA)

Citations, also known as references, are an essential element of academic writing. They allow the writer to acknowledge the sources they have used, providing credibility to their arguments. Synonyms for citations include references, sources, footnotes, endnotes, bibliographies, and citations lists. References refer to the sources listed in the text or a separate bibliography, while sources can refer to the works themselves. Footnotes and endnotes are annotations which provide the same information as a citation but are placed at the bottom or end of the page. Bibliographies and citation lists provide a complete list of references used in the text. Using these synonyms for citations can enhance the reader's understanding of the sources used in the writing.

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Usage examples for Citations

Finally he desires to acknowledge the help he has received in his investigations from three assistants: Mr. Emerson David Fite, now of Yale University, Mr. Robert Lee Hale, now of the Harvard Law School, and Mr. Thomas N. Hoover of the Harvard Graduate School, the last of these having also verified the citations and prepared the index.
"The Government of England (Vol. I)"
A. Lawrence Lowell
This Mrs. Douce prevented her from doing by powerful and imaginative descriptions of Barrington's condition, and citations from medical authority.
"True and Other Stories"
George Parsons Lathrop
Round the acts and words of the representatives of the three governments concerned, there rages such a storm of controversy, that whoever places a particular construction upon those acts and words must need support his construction by citations from documents and arguments based on those citations.
"Impressions of South Africa"
James Bryce

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