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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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Second, plaintiffs point out that endnotes 14, 15, 16 and 17 are in Farsi and no English translation is provided.
Old endnote 13 (now 15), line 1: after " 'Australia' "insert" for a particular landmass, viz.
The printed endnotes include number five, which is the first reference to Hillier's book; but the quotation itself and the endnote reference are missing from the main text.
The reader will eventually discover that there is a connection between the 1649 sermon text briefly discussed in the prologue and the publicly placed staircase murals by Verrio in 1699 for William III, but only after careful reading of endnotes.
Note 63 for the group of letters from 1939 exists twice in the text and only once in the endnotes themselves.
The endnotes may be the book's greatest strength and, at the same time, its most significant weakness.
With detailed endnotes and black-and-white photographs, this book is an impressive account of Lockheed's "Dragon Lady.
Perhaps in a cleaner, tighter second edition, he will have an appendix, endnotes, and quotations from people and sources which will give the movement additional credibility and will move those who don't already practice mindful compassion.
He states that antibiotics can be purchased over the counter not only in the Third World, but also in the United States--any reader curious to know the source of this last piece of misinformation will be thwarted by the absence of both footnotes and endnotes in this book.
So as well as making the connections, the reader must also figure out how to read the book: text and then endnotes, or text and endnotes together.
Articles should be no more than 7,500 words, including endnotes, and will be externally reviewed within a four-month period.
Extensive endnotes and a handful of black-and-white photographs round out this excellent introduction to biblical studies for committed Christians.
The book design, in its distilled concept, addresses the core of issues and their responses with appropriate endnotes listed at the conclusion of each chapter.