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Regarding; having to do with; in connection with. The governor's office made the announcement with reference to the recent controversial legislation. With reference to my opponent's remarks, let me state for the record that I have always condemned hate speech in all forms.
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with reference to

Also, with regard or respect to . See in regard to.
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in/with ˈreference to

(formal or written) used to say what you are talking or writing about: With reference to your letter of July 22...
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Only in the Eighth Circuit is a disclosure of privileged information to a government agency not a general waiver of the privilege with regard to non-governmental parties seeking what the company has disclosed to that agency.
I fully support the balanced recommendations in the Report with regard to both health and habitat as essential requirements for building human capabilities.
The Gospel offers both good and bad examples with regard to how this ought to be done.
With regard to securities firms incorporated in the United States, qualifying securities firms are those securities firms that are broker-dealers registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and are in compliance with the SEC's net capital rule, 17 C.
Although the MBTI has been utilized in previous health behavior research (Newman, 1979; Fyfe, Carskadon, & Thorne, 1986; Gross, 1995; Roberts & Roberts, 1988 Anchors & Dana, 1989), there appears to be a lack of research with regard to the practical application of Jung's theory in the form of the 16 MBTI psychological types and tobacco use behavior.
2) With regard to the news spread by several members of the press concerning a restricted interpretation of such a notification made by His Eminence the cardinal prefect in a private conversation with a group of persons to whom he wished to give an audience, which took place in Guadalajara, Mexico, on May 10th, 1996, the cardinal prefect wishes to make it clear that:
Schmelkin (1988) also believes behavior is influenced by attitude, suggesting, "such things as attitudes, behaviors, expectations, interactions, treatment, and attributions that are made" with regard to people with disabilities will be affected by the stereotypes that are held by individuals (p.
This chapter provides essential additional information, to those already given in the previous one, especially with regard to the understanding of indigenous factors that contribute to economic and social upheavals in the region.
With regard to the timeliness of the release of such minutes, as you know they are published shortly after the following Committee meeting.