Sentences with phrase «to refer to»

The Pom and the Scot referred to this market as «Treasure Island» for the easy margins here to be plundered from their suppliers.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
If you write half a cup of... do you refer to the weight (half a cup equals 113 grams) of rather to the volume/liquid measurement?
FOOD & BEVERAGES
For current information, refer to packaging on store shelves.
PARENTING
Regarding Trump's tweet, he's referring to the person «who told me to fire the FBI Director» who's likely Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.
POLITICS
But I know the type of horsewoman Balzac refers to.
SPORTS
I'm referring to his 2014 remarks that it's a good idea for youths to take unpaid work to build up their resumes.
BUSINESS
The scene then pans out to show a photo of Apu on Lisa's bedside table, explicitly indicating to the viewer what the two characters are actually referring to.
BUSINESS
Some moms refer to this as «flooding» their diapers.
PARENTING
Any change affecting the startup - referred to as «material changes» must be reported immediately.
BUSINESS
The complementary strategy of maintaining a consumer boycott of Nestlé products is now rarely referred to by the Methodist Church, in part because JACEI and CFB give the impression that Nestlé changed (not explaining that the FTSE4Good criteria were weakened) and violations are now isolated occurences, whereas monitoring evidence shows they are systematically produced by Nestlé management systems.
PARENTING
The word means hairy, referring to the leaves, and this species has black seeds.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Many refer to the Christian life as a «relationship with Jesus.»
RELIGION
Back to Sandro Magister again, since quite a few writers spotted and quoted from a piece on his website entitled «Francis and the Devil», which begins: «He refers to him continually.
RELIGION
Bills and resolutions are referred to committees which debate the bill before possibly sending it on to the whole chamber.
BUSINESS
And the parable you refer to says nothing about the Bible defaming God, and God evolving.
RELIGION
This profit-sharing approach is commonly referred to in the British debate as the «John Lewis model» and has a long lineage.
POLITICS
In non-humans, the whole group may also be referred to as a litter, and multiple births may be more common than single births.
PARENTING
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SPORTS
Yes, fedupwith liberals, I am referring to the extension of the tax cuts for those making 200K +.
POLITICS
I have never run across any media that refers to homophobia as a sin.
RELIGION
Whitehead later develops «adequate representation» in the divine nature to refer to each actual event's immortality.
RELIGION
Light salad dressings, for example, can get tricky, according to Women's Health Magazine, since most people assume «light» refers to healthier, they often end up using more.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Wood was excluded from the National Assembly chamber for referring to the Queen as «Mrs Windsor» and then refusing to withdraw her remarks.
POLITICS
That image is often referred to as heart / soul / spirit because it is what is in a man that makes him different from pure animal.
RELIGION
Level 1 price data refers to the first level of the order book on the exchange.
BUSINESS
In a speech, Dalton won applause by referring to Mond as having never got «beyond the Old Testament» — an obvious antisemitic jibe.
POLITICS
Dudas, a partner at Vertical Research, refers to the emerging asset class as a «dicey investment» — citing the amount of fast money flowing into the space and the lack of regulation.
BUSINESS
There is a fundamental difference between the normal joshing between members of various ethnic and racial groups — what Dawidowicz referred to as low-key «antagonisms» — and the conventional understanding of anti-Semitism as irrational and unfounded hostility toward Jews, often accompanied by discrimination in employment and housing, for example, and by violent attacks.
RELIGION
For more information about child custody in Alabama, speak with an attorney in Alabama or refer to the Alabama Domestic Relations Code.
PARENTING
If you have no health insurance you will just be referred to the local maternity hospital.
PARENTING
Most people refer to litecoin as the silver to bitcoin's gold — an analogy that makes it relatively simple to compare the two.
BUSINESS
For the purpose of this discussion, «solid food «refers to any food other than breastmilk or formula.
PARENTING
The legislation has been referred to committee.
BUSINESS
As lately as final December the Indian Finance Ministry referred to Bitcoin as a ponzi-scheme, and acknowledged that digital currencies haven't any intrinsic worth.
BUSINESS
In cuisine, alla cacciatora refers to a rustic stew prepared «hunter-style» with tomatoes, onions, and herbs... enjoy
FOOD & BEVERAGES
For example, when asked by George Stephanopoulos about whether or not he supports affirmative action, the senator referred to his own daughters as examples of the reform needed in the system.
RELIGION
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FOOD & BEVERAGES
The 28 refers to the percentage of your gross monthly income that should be spent on your monthly housing cost.
BUSINESS
In the United States, «dumplings» refer to a type of dough that is boiled in a broth.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
First among them for me were Radford and Kennedy, almost a single entity but that's the order in which the pair were always referred to.
SPORTS
The «newfound wealth» that he was referring to included the vast amounts of cash that had long been pouring out of Russia's chaotic post-Soviet economy, capital flight that is today estimated to have exceeded $ 1 trillion.
BUSINESS
Embracing the Falcons» in-town rivalry with Toledo, Meyer made the most of the battle for the Peace Pipe Trophy, referring to the Rockets as «That (Other) School Up North.»
SPORTS
I also serve it to the boys as a Paleo after school snack — their friends love it and eat a whole dish at a time, however they refer to these as granola bars or power bars.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Visit IRS.gov and refer to Publication No. 502 for more information.
BUSINESS
The grind refers to the way the wedge is designed to sit on the ground.
BUSINESS
Which team captains is Admin referring to when he describes them as yes men?
SPORTS
Indeed my admiration for her shot up a few notches after seeing her, in what she jokingly referred to as her natural habitat.
POLITICS
All of these applications have been consolidated (see 2014 FCA 182 and apparently a supplementary order of December 17, 2014 referred to in 2015 FCA 27 at para 1) and a schedule established with a view to a hearing in Fall 2015.
BUSINESS
Several third party sites now offer online wallets or as they are sometimes referred to instawallets.
BUSINESS
Following the Swedish economist Knut Wicksell, it is common to refer to the real interest rate that balances saving and investment at full employment as the «natural,» or «neutral,» real interest rate.
BUSINESS

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