An instruction in a printed document to look for a citation that follows.
Used when the writer wants the reader to see a specific cross-reference. Always use q.v. in parenthesis (q.v.) after the desired reference.
Perhaps better known as, "Seeing is believing".
An instruction in a document to look for a citation that follows.
A scholar's way of referring a reader to something that appears earlier in a text or see the previous reference or citation.