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Subject:Re: Reference/Style manual From:Bonni_Graham_at_Enfin-SD -at- PROTEON -dot- COM Date:Wed, 2 Mar 1994 10:36:00 EST
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I, too, use a number of references (Chicago, AP Stylebook, Strunk &
White, and others already listed). I also have (left over from my
college days) a really good source for citations: Kate Turabian's
book. I forget the title, since we always called it "Turabian", but I
know it covers annotated bibliographies. So does the MLA Handbook,
another good reference. There's no such thing as too many reference