What is the noun for referenced?

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  1. (literary) A relationship or relation (to something).
  2. A measurement one can compare to.
  3. Information about a person, provided by someone (a referee) with whom they are well acquainted
  4. A reference work.
  5. (semantics) A relation between objects in which one object designates, or acts as a means by which to connect to or link to, another object.
  6. (academic writing) A short written identification of a previously published work which is used as a source for a text.
  7. (academic writing) A previously published written work thus indicated; a source.
  8. (programming) An object containing information which refers to data stored elsewhere, as opposed to containing the data itself.
  9. (programming) A special sequence used to represent complex characters in a web page such as ™ or €.
  10. (obsolete) Appeal.
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  12. Examples:
    1. “I searched for a reference to the quote listed in the article, but found none.”
      “He detailed his hypothesis on genomes, with reference to Darwin.”
      “Alexia's reference from her ex-employer would attest to her being an expert on economics and climate change.”
  1. (sports) An umpire or judge; the official who makes sure the rules are followed during a game.
  2. A person who settles a dispute.
  3. A person who writes a letter of reference or provides a reference by phone call for someone.
  4. An expert who judges the manuscript of an article or book to decide if it should be published.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “For a change, the video referee ruled against Saints and the try was rightly allowed to stand.”
      “To start with, the referee has to be asked about the customer's character and creditworthiness and, generally, about his circumstances in life.”
  1. (obsolete) One to whose decision a cause is referred; a referee.
  2. (obsolete) An officer who delivered the royal answer to petitions.
  3. (obsolete) An officer of state charged with the duty of procuring and dispatching diplomas and decrees.
  1. The act or process of transferring someone or something to another, of sending by reference, or referring.
  2. (slang) A document used by schools detailing some form of a student's misbehavior and listing the actions taken before and after the student's receipt of the referral.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Fractures that are difficult to reduce or unstable after reduction may require orthopedic or hand referral.”
      “Her role involves providing advocacy and referral, counselling and activities for young people.”
      “If no improvement occurs, referral to a podiatric foot and ankle surgeon is appropriate.”
  1. Misspelling of referrer.
  2. (Internet) the referring page; the URL that referred to a given page.
  3. Examples:
    1. “The referer information can also be accessed as document.referrer within JavaScript.”
      “The referer portion of a logfile line contains the full URL of the page or object visited before the current one.”
  1. (semantics) The specific entity in the world that a word or phrase identifies or denotes.
  2. That which is referenced.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “But in the following passage the syntax is such that the referent of the word lap is ambiguous.”
      “In a probe recall experiment, a word with a thematized referent was a better recall probe than a word with a non-thematized referent.”
      “The central point for writing a history of the new woman is that the referent proved conditional, situational yet nonetheless tangible.”
  1. The act of referring; reference.
  1. referent; something referred to
  1. The condition of being referential
  2. Examples:
    1. “All this is taken by Derrida's critics for an attack on truth itself, referentiality and the stability of interpretative contexts.”
      “The third way in which ectoplasm images articulate the referentiality of photography via the body builds upon the first two.”
      “She believed, and nourished the belief, that genuine, up-from-the-bottom revolution must include art, laughter, sensual pleasure, and the widest possible human referentiality.”
  1. The role or status of referee.
  1. A person who refers another.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Do you check your referrer logs and surf the blogosphere all day from your office?”
      “Now I discover, through referrer logs, that somebody is visiting from Iceland.”
      “As a subscriber to their newsletter and referrer of 3 subscribers, I got 8 shares when they distributed them.”
  1. Misspelling of referrers. plural of referer
  1. plural of refereeship
  1. plural of referendary
  2. Examples:
    1. “Judges are often assisted by law clerks, referendaries and notaries in legal cases and by bailiffs or similar with security.”
  1. plural of referend
  1. plural of referent
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Geoff Pullum complains about the use of the count noun troop for individual, rather than collective, referents.”
      “They draw attention to contingent referents, the signifiers and the sign-systems that position subjects as such.”
      “Meaning postulates are not about the sense of words but about their referents.”
  1. plural of referrer
  2. Examples:
    1. “I found this site in my referrers a few days ago and so far I'm enjoying what I've read.”
      “I found a site through my referrers last night that had all the male-edited weblogs in one column, and all the female-edited weblogs in another.”
      “Snippets of search engine referrers that attracted people here looking for St. Patrick's Day suggest there are widely divergent ideas of the Irish culture.”
  1. plural of referral
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Having removed the referrals for outpatient groups, the outcome of other referrals was reanalysed.”
      “Five other doctors, accused of receiving kickbacks in return for patient referrals, are also facing charges.”
      “The refugees reach the project either by word of mouth or by referrals from jobcentres or groups set up to help asylum seekers.”
  1. plural of referee
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Yet the buzz and sense of achievement that referees and officials in all guises seem to feel continues to amaze me.”
      “The clubs have started a mutual war of nerves, accusing each other of fixing matches and corrupting referees.”
      “I know as I've done it in other big games on the world stage, but referees always have been, and always will be, easy targets.”
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