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>Does anyone have experience with or advice about any of the
>bibliography/citation programs, such as Procite or Papyrus?
I'm also looking around for a good bibliographic database, and came
upon the following article that might give you some info about Papyrus:
Stigleman, S. (June 1993) "Papyrus: Good Bibliographic Value at a
Reasonable Price." _Database_ magazine vol. 16, no. 3, p. 82-87.
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