If words discouraging citation will reassure judges and lawyers as they venture into a new world of citable
judicial opinions, toleration of such comforting judicial speech is not too high a price to pay.
Others are--as I'll consider shortly--(a) making unpublished opinions citable
for their "persuasive" value only, and (b) lifting the law-of-the-circuit rule for unpublished opinions, so they can be overruled by subsequent panels in published opinions.
204) But regardless of how controversial (or ineffective) (205) the practice may be, (206) the Arizona Supreme Court's authority to depublish opinions suggests that vacated Arizona appellate court opinions that remain published should be citable
for their persuasive value in future cases.
For Pakistan National Research Index, the four components are 'growth in number of PhDs, number of patents registered with Pakistan, citable
documents and development and non-development expenditures on education.
He apparently concluded that the mere fact of sponsorship was sufficient to limit its use as a citable
reference in support of his quasi-empirical analysis of the question of whether juries behave rationally in awarding punitive damages.
The original success and subsequent staying power of the commercially produced National Reporter System, while partly a consequence of its comprehensive coverage, was also due to its providing the case law of all state and federal courts in a consistent format, indexed according to a single topical matrix, and citable
according to a standard formula.
5) The IIF equals citations to a journal's articles published in a certain period divided by the number of citable
articles during the same period.
41) IRS administrative documents are not citable
only a redeemed mankind is granted the fullness of its past--which is to say, only for a redeemed mankind has its past become citable
in all its moments.
56), Lutgendorf problematizes this identification--first made by George Weston Briggs in 1938--as Briggs, in fact, had no citable
evidence for such an observation.
MCCARTHY, Hannah, 'A Citable
History: Walter Benjamin, Sean O'Casey and Padraig Pearse', see
In other words, nothing can substitute good old aggressive persuasion of researchers and institutions carrying out potentially highly citable
research even if it means following the 'Maddox formula' (6) i.
Correct interpretation in these cases requires a sophisticated understanding of the requirements of code selection, citable
references, and logical argument.
Instead, they should be placed on "open shelves" because the "articles in Radical America, Women, and Tricontinental Magazine are just as fitting and citable
for term papers and dissertations as material culled from Foreign Affairs, Time, and Business Week" (Berman, 1976, p.
I guess the city attorney is not aware that the law requires you to have insurance when operating a vehicle; it's a citable