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The second entry shown is for subsequent notes for a source.
The third entry is the bibliographic entry for the note. This will be found in the bibliography at the end of the work.
NOTE: For journal articles the note should only include the pages you are quoting / summarizing, but include the page range for the entire article in the bibliography. If the article has no page numbers, then you can include a locator, such as a paragraph number (with the abbreviation par.) or section heading, in the note.
1. Lana Hysell, "The Bone of Contention," Anthropomorphic Digest 7, no. 2 (2004): par. 8, http://www.aao.oakey.net/pcc/text-only/issue.5/9.2hysell.txt.
2. Hysell, "The Bone of Contention," par. 9.
Hysell, Lana. "The Bone of Contention." Anthropomorphic Digest 7, no. 2 (2004). http://www.aao.oakey.net/pcc/text-only/issue.5/9.2hysell.txt.