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citied

[sit-eed] /ˈsɪt id/
adjective
1.
occupied by a city or cities.
2.
formed into or like a city.
Origin
1605-1615
1605-15; city + -ed3
Related forms
uncitied, adjective
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  • Persons who are citied for violations that occurred in a construction zone when workers are present are not eligible.
  • She was citied by troopers for failure to maintain a lane of travel.
  • In scoring, both the values citied and the reality of the decision must be considered.
  • Despite the lack of data, state officials citied various practices that they believe have worked well in their state.
  • Second, if a station that provides disabled drivers services fails to do so they may be citied for that offense as well.

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