Refers

Some articles on refers, refer:

Deduplication
... The term deduplication refers generally to eliminating duplicate or redundant information ... Data deduplication, in computer storage, refers to the elimination of redundant data Record linkage, in databases, refers to the task of finding entries that refer to the same entity in two or more files ...
Inspector Ghote's First Case - Literary Significance & Criticism
... The article mentions the release of "Inspector Ghote's First Case", but refers rather to the entire Inspector Ghote series instead of this specific novel ... Smith refers to H ... May 2008 includes a review of the novel which refers to "…Keating's great skill as a writer, portraying with a graceful lightness of touch and great affection." ...
Game Localization
... Game localization or game globalization refers to the preparation of video games for other locales ... Globalization refers to general Eastern/Western variations, while localization refers to several regional sub-divisions within the globalization ...
Bohunk - R
... Rastus a derogatory, offensive term and refers to a stereotypically happy black man, not as a particular person ... Redlegs in Barbados, the term is offensive to many, and refers to the islands' laborer-class whites ... Redneck in the US, the term is offensive to many, and refers to Southern laborer-class whites ...
Bohunk - W
... White boy (US) a mild derogatory term used by people of color to refer to white males regardless of age.White Nigger / Wigger / Whigger / Wigga (US) used in 19th-century United States to refer to the Irish ... Also refers to white youth that imitate urban black youth by means of clothing style, mannerisms, and slang speech ... The 'w' at the start of wigger refers to the white person and the 'igger' refers to nigger, which is a racial slur for black people ...

Famous quotes containing the word refers:

    We have two kinds of “conference.” One is that to which the office boy refers when he tells the applicant for a job that Mr. Blevitch is “in conference.” This means that Mr. Blevitch is in good health and reading the paper, but otherwise unoccupied. The other type of “conference” is bona fide in so far as it implies that three or four men are talking together in one room, and don’t want to be disturbed.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    Michelangelo said to Pope Julius II, “Self negation is noble, self-culture is beneficent, self-possession is manly, but to the truly great and inspiring soul they are poor and tame compared to self-abuse.” Mr. Brown, here, in one of his latest and most graceful poems refers to it in an eloquent line which is destined to live to the end of time—”None know it but to love it, None name it but to praise.”
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    Just as love is an orientation which refers to all objects and is incompatible with the restriction to one object, so is reason a human faculty which must embrace the whole of the world with which man is confronted.
    Erich Fromm (1900–1980)