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Synonyms for footnote

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Synonyms for footnote

a printed note placed below the text on a printed page

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add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments

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By far the greatest bulk of endnotes are bibliographic in nature, and meticulously trace the proximate and ultimate sources, textual variants, and parallel versions of virtually all formulaic phrases, idioms, proverbs, couplets, songs, poems, and descriptive passages found in the novel.
First, plaintiffs [Parsi and NIAC] note that endnotes 13 and 16 .
Paragraph 1, line 7; at end of paragraph insert new endnote 2:
Endnotes: Use full citation endnotes (with no bibliography and no reference list).
As one would expect of a historian and senior fellow at George Washington University's National Security Archive, Prados has heavily documented his work with 60 pages of often very illuminating endnotes followed by an 18-page bibliographic essay.
At 487 pages, plus 100 pages of endnotes, In Search of Nella Larsen is not a light read, but it is essential for history buffs and students of the Harlem Renaissance.
In preparing his narrative, Ackroyd obviously relied upon a meticulously researched, extensive array of sources (although the unfortunately meager endnotes and the absence of a bibliography will leave many readers--myself included--frustrated with so many unexplained arcane details and allusions).
2] There are what we might call "3-Dimensional" qualities, such as footnotes and endnotes, on the printed page; these qualities break the linear flow of text to suggest other places and spaces and layers and levels.
Lending gravity to Eban's muckraking style are dozens of pages of endnotes.
It's part biography and interpretation of the senior Ohno's career and part transcripts of workshop comments by the now 99-year-old dancer, complete with translator John Barrett's endnotes and valuable appendices.
Music Of The Civil War Era is one of the first volumes in a projected series American History Through Music: it includes a bibliography, endnotes, and a fine subject index researchers will applaud.
As he mentions in his introduction, Ramachandran holds a rather quirky notion about endnotes ("the real book is in the endnotes").
Some of the most intriguing information can be found in the chapter endnotes (a discussion of what to call whites, a definition of intercultural, biblical arguments for and against interracial marriages, and so on).
By the time a research report or publication goes to press, many of its references, in the form of footnotes and endnotes, may no longer exist.
Mistake number 1: While revising the article for publication, I removed a handful of endnotes that I believed then were unnecessary.