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A note at the end of an article, chapter, or book that comments on or cites a reference for a designated part of the text.


(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a note at the end of a section of writing



a note, added at the end of a text.
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The authors have developed a method for updating existing reviews that uses EndNote reference management software [9].
The charity was registered on 24 February 1995 and has objects which include the preaching and teaching of the Christian faith - see endnote 4.
Fourth, plaintiffs state endnote 23 'is simply an event website.
The objective of this workshop is to build the capacity of young researchers and to enhance their professional skills in data analysis and bibliography management for the preparation of dissertation or research papers through SPSS and EndNote.
Paragraph 1, line 7; at end of paragraph insert new endnote 2:
Instead, the endnote number should be entered in superscript following the passage to which the note corresponds.
For example, Vincelette thinks that there are more than 600 important Catholic political philosophers in the 20th century, many of whom he lists (without discussing any of them) in a four-page endnote (255-9).
Mendeley is similar to and compatible with EndNote, but may be slightly less robust.
Superior Business Solutions, a total solutions provider based in UAE, has signed a reseller agreement with Thomson Reuters, the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, to sell EndNote, the popular bibliographic management and publishing solution, in Middle-East Region.