noun Library Science.
an organization that maintains computerized bibliographic records and offers to its members or customers various products and services related to these records.
Footnotes vs. EndnotesLet’s say you have a bit of extra information that’s too long for parentheses. What do you do? That’s where footnotes and endnotes come in. What are they exactly? Footnotes appear at the bottom of each page they refer to, while endnotes appear at the very end of a text. They usually show up in academic writing. Read on if you want to know more …
How To Use The Em DashEm Dash: What is it and how do you use it? An em dash is a punctuation mark that can be used in many ways. What about the en dash vs em dash?
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