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Correct spelling: citation

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reproof, admonition, condemnation, denunciation, censure, rebuke, reprimand, correction, sermon, harangue, lecture, indictment.

Examples of usage:

1) Fourteen years' evidence suffices for a demonstration of the admirable working of a system of this kind; but as we think there are some parents who may be willing to inquire a little further into the subject here commended earnestly to their attention, we will end by a citation of the source from which we have ourselves derived what information we possess. - "Dickens As an Educator", James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes.

2) It is plain, therefore, that we may dismiss forever the idea that the Psalmist believed the beasts had no future life, and the citation may be rejected as absolutely irrelevant to the subject, and the only one that appears to make any definite statements as to the future life of the lower animals. - "The Human Side of Animals", Royal Dixon.

3) A citation for coming up with the essential clue in this case. - "Out Like a Light", Gordon Randall Garrett.