- iemands woorden aanhalen; citeren
- repeat a passage from
- als argument geven
- advance evidence for
"he was cited for his outstanding achievements"
- a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage
- She would cite from the Bible.
- To cite usage against rule, in a constructed language, is insane.
- Cite NEAFC provision(s) violated and summarise pertinent facts
- The Belgian authorities also cite as an example a recent decision [...].
- In support of this interpretation, the French authorities cite the preparatory debates for the Law of 16 July 1980.
- In this connection, it is appropriate to cite paragraph 26 of the ECJ judgment in case C-156/98 Germany v Commission:
- Thirdly, the provided studies cite lack of reliable information for investors as one of the reasons for the existence of market failure.
- Last, the French authorities cite an article by Mr Labetoulle, former president of the litigation division of the Council of State.
- In support of their argument, they cite the Advocate General's Opinion in Cases C-367/98, C-483/99 and C-503/99 concerning golden shares.
- Finally, the French authorities cite the decisions of the Council of State of 10 November 1999 and 18 November 2005 in the Campoloro case.
- To cite the Land’s ownership as justification, there would have to be an adequate business plan, expert valuation or assessment of the likely return from the investment at issue.
- The French authorities cite as examples a Standard and Poor’s press release on AGF dated 3 December 2003, a press release on Volkswagen Bank GmbH and a press release on VWFS .
- To cite the Land’s ownership as justification, there would have to be an adequate business plan, expert valuation or assessment of the likely return from the investment at issue. None was produced at the time.
- Finally, with regard to the requirement to limit distortion of competition, the Polish authorities cite the 50 % reduction in the company’s production of cast iron for industrial fittings (from approximately 11000 tones to 5500 tonnes).
- In support of this interpretation the French authorities cite the legislative history of the Law of 16 July 1980, a number of scholarly articles, and the decisions of the Council of State in Campoloro.