Refer to the above for that information.
I'm referring to each of you respectively.
No referring back to books or notes!
Accounting principles are also referred to as standards.
The asterisk refers the reader to a footnote.
The shop referred the complaint to the manufacturers.
God refers to something that cannot be known.
English is referred to as a universal language.
Unidentifiable intangible assets refer to the commercial credit standing.
The invention of the compass was referred to China.
Such a personal dialect is referred to as idiolect.
The early Romans referred to these gods as numina.
For further particulars I refer you to my secretary.
The new law does not refer to farm land.
The Eucharist refers to the sacramental bread and wine.
You know perfectly well what I am referring to.
They referred to this kind of art as minimal art.
What I have to say refers to all of you.
This type of coaxial cable is frequently referred to as Thicknet.
By way of illustration I'll refer to the behavior of rabbits.
They kept referring to it as " declining, "
Are you referring to Her Highness? - I'm not referring to Annie Oakley.
" Myself" refers to the subject " I" .
We refer to this as the Falling Action.
[B] verify news by referring to diverse resources.
But colloquially, when therapists refer to teletherapy, most of the time they're referring to video therapy.
It's referred to as the " lungs of the earth" .
Skepticism refers to a kind of doubt.
Do you know what that refers to?
Please. He refers to me as " Wet-Head."
Which graph is the speaker referring to?
He just refers to him as E.
Are you referring to something in particular?
Barbara Sher refers to us as " scanners."
I assume you're referring to the henderson boy's expulsion?
It simply refers to stuff, instead of belongings or possessions.
The island we referred to a moment ago.
It is sometimes referred to as gravitational force.
It's unclear what exactly he was referring to.
Mozart was referred to as " The divine Mozart."