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Pick up that cross.
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She was even crosser.
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  • Abbreviation of Latin loco citato ‎(“in the place cited”). loc. cit. ‎(not comparable) in the work (of the author specified) previously cited 1988, Clive
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  • same place. Indicates a reference to the same source as the previous one. (bibliography): id. abbreviation of ibidem loc. cit. op. cit. bidi
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  • 232 .. N+m. "Arcana Coelstia", op.cit. pp 6 - 10 Used in bibliographies to indicate that the source was previously referenced ibid. loc. cit.
    796 bytes (56 words) - 13:55, 27 August 2015
  • lc Sense “in the place cited” from Latin loco citato. loco citato: loc. cit., l. c. l.c. in the place cited lower case letter of credit CL, Cl, Cl*
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