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Section 10.5.3.2

Footnotes

Place each footnote at the bottom of the page on which the reference occurs, and, if possible, avoidcontinuing the note onto the following page. Begin the note four lines--two double-spacedlines--below the last line of text. Indent the first line of each notefive spaces or one standard tab (one-half inch), and begin the note with the superscript numberwithout punctuation. Footnotes are single-spaced with a double space between them.

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