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op. cit.adverb

uk   /ˌɒp ˈsɪt/ us   /ˌɑːp ˈsɪt/ formal specialized
used by writers to avoid repeating the details of a book or article that has already been referred to, when all the details other than the page number are the same: Johnson (op. cit., page 53) calls this phenomenon "the principle of minimal effort".
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