Definition of Refences
1. refence [v] - See also: refence
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refences
Literary usage of Refences
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Johannes Klenkok: A Friar's Life, C. 1310-1374 by Christopher Ocker (1993)
"His refences to peers in baccalaureate disputations are painfully oblique. Jean de Ripa, Quaestio de gradu supremo, ed. A. Combes, vol. ..."
2. Johannes Klenkok: A Friar's Life, C. 1310-1374 by Christopher Ocker (1993)
"His refences to peers in baccalaureate disputations are painfully oblique. Jean de Ripa, Quaestio de grada supremo, ed. A. Combes, vol. ..."
3. Blue-beard, a Contribution to History and Folk-lore: Being the History of by Thomas Wilson (1899)
"... Paris, 1849) the refences in the index under the title of " Gilles de Rais " : Rais (Gilles de Laval, sire de) present at the arrival of Joan before the ..."
4. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts, Great Britain (1851)
"... than the obtaining of money with an intent to defraud ; and that the obtaining must be by certain means—eg false >refences—which should be specified. ..."
5. Notes on Iowa Reports: Being Chronological Annotations of the Decisions of by Lev Russell, Iowa Supreme Court (1913)
"Cross refences. See other rules hereof. See further, annotations and cross references under Napper v. Young (12 Iowa 450), ante. p. 72. 5. ..."
6. The English Newspaper Reader by Louis Hamilton (1908)
"... refences.—Address Fancy Goods, Box 5290, Postal Department, Daily Telegraph, Fleet-street, EC WAITRESS seeks SITUATION in good class place. ..."