“We used the number of cites as a rough measure of the significance of each published paper.”
The place where anything is fixed; situation; local position
“the site of a city or of a house”
A place fitted or chosen for any certain permanent use or occupation
“a site for a church”
The posture or position of a thing.
“2006, Ernest B Abbott, A Legal Guide to Homeland Security and Emergency Management for State and Local Governments, American Bar Association, ISBN|1590315936, [http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN1590315936&id=OlVK3xp-HksC&pg=PA84&lpg=PA84&ots=zr8dmRxeTD&dq=site+date:2006-2007&num=100&sig=i3sGNBP2BkpXUmrorG3qDocT-hk p. 84],”
“Maintain site setbacks as far as possible from roadways and other routes providing rapid public access.”
A category together with a choice of Grothendieck topology.
A part of the body which has been operated on.
To situate or place a building.
“The U.K. government is dusting off an alternative plan to site the center at a military outfit such as Porton Down.”
refer to (a passage, book, or author) as evidence for or justification of an argument or statement, especially in a scholarly work
“authors who are highly regarded by their peers tend to be cited”
“he does not cite any source for this assertion”
praise (someone, typically a member of the armed forces) in an official report for a courageous act
“he has been cited many times for his contributions in the intelligence area”
an area of ground on which a town, building, or monument is constructed
“the concrete is mixed on site”
“the proposed site of a hydroelectric dam”
a place where a particular event or activity is occurring or has occurred
“the site of the Battle of Flodden”
short for building site
short for campsite or caravan site
“the site has no ads and is not being promoted with banners”
fix or build (something) in a particular place
“the rectory is sited behind the church”