Well it's not my fault if you can't use search engines.
- no URL possible for that, it's a POST query for "define cite" to startpage.com, and is its self-generated result not referring out to an external resource
1. refer to (a passage, book, or author) as evidence for or justification of an argument or statement, especially in a scholarly work
You did not *refer to* anything - bo book, author, or scholarly work was mentioned. Not a cite.
You appeared to be quoting something, yet the search engines don't seem to be able to find that exact quote - so were you paraphrasing rather than quoting? If so, then don't - it's against the posting guidelines. And if it is a quote, then provide the source, not doing so is against the posting guidelines.
"If excessive smoking actually plays a role in the production of lung cancer, it seems to be a minor one, if judged by the evidence on hand."
Quoted in 'Tobacco Industry Denies Cancer Tie'. - Wilhelm (William) C. Heuper. New York Times (14 Apr 1954), 51. In Oliver E. Byrd, Health Yearbook (1954), 142