—citational, adj./suy tay"sheuhn/, n.1. Mil. mention of a soldier or a unit in orders, usually for gallantry: Presidential citation.2. any award or commendation, as for outstanding service, hard work, or devotion to duty, esp. a formal letter or statement recounting a person's achievements.3. a summons, esp. to appear in court.4. a document containing such a summons.5. the act of citing or quoting a reference to an authority or a precedent.6. a passage cited; quotation.7. a quotation showing a particular word or phrase in context.8. mention or enumeration.[1250-1300; ME citacio(u)n < LL citation- (s. of citatio), equiv. to L citat(us) ptp. of citare (see CITE1) + -ion- -ION]Syn. 7. excerpt, passage, extract, cite, quote.
* * *(foaled 1945) U.S. Thoroughbred racehorse.In four seasons he won 32 of 45 races, finished second in ten, and third in two. He won the 1948 Triple Crown, and became the first horse to win $1 million. He set a world record in 1950 by running a mile in 1:33 3/5.
* * *(foaled 1945), American racehorse (Thoroughbred), winner of the 1948 Triple Crown—the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes—and the first horse to win $1,000,000. In four seasons (1947–48, 1950–51) he won 32 of 45 races, finished second in 10 and third in 2. On June 3, 1950, at Golden Gate Fields, Albany, Calif., he set a world record (eventually broken) by running 1 mile in 1:33 3/5. When he was retired to stud in 1952 at Calumet Farm, Lexington, Ky., he had earned $1,085,760. He died in 1970.
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