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Wikipedia:Quotations - Wikipedia
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Quotations must be verifiably attributed to a reliable source (see Wikipedia: Verifiability § Burden of evidence). Wikipedia guidelines for proper attribution of quotes are found in WP:MOSQUOTE and WP:CITE. Attribution should be provided in the text of the article, not exclusively in a footnote or citation. A reader should not ...
Quotation - Wikipedia
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References[edit]. Jump up ^ "English Grammar Lesson - Using Quotes! - ELC". ELC - English Language Center. 2016-11-16. Retrieved 2017-10-24. Jump up ^ Capone, A., & Salmani Nodoushan, M. A. (2014). On indirect reports and language games: Evidence from Persian. Rivista Italiana di ...
Wikipedia:Citing sources - Wikipedia
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If spaces are used in the text of the name , the text must be placed within double quotes. Placing all named references within double quotes may be helpful to future editors who do not know that rule. To help with page maintenance, it is recommended that the text of the name have a connection to the inline citation or  ...
Request for quotation - Wikipedia
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References[edit]. Jump up ^ Phillips, Joseph. "Procurement Management in Project Management - Taking Out a Contract". PM Hut. Retrieved 2010-03-24. Jump up ^ "What's the Difference Between RFT RFQ RFP RFI?". Negotiations. com. Negotiation Training. Suggested contexts of when to use ...
Template:Cite quote - Wikipedia
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{{Cite quote|date=January 2018}}. Use this inline template tag to label a quotation that is used without a citation. Per Wikipedia:Citing sources: "... quotations ... should be supported by citations ...." Do not use this tag in order to label text which appears doubtful or false; instead, use {{verify quote}}. If the doubtful material ...
Quoting out of context - Wikipedia
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Their [Creationists'] favorite sport is stringing together quotations, carefully and sometimes expertly taken out of context, to show that nothing is really established or agreed upon among evolutionists. Some of my colleagues and myself have been amused and amazed to read ourselves quoted in a way showing that we are ...
Template:Quote - Wikipedia
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A reference citation can be placed before the quote, after the quote, or in the source parameter: Typical use: In the regular-prose introduction to the quotation, when a quotation is given without the displayed author , title , or source parameters: According to Pat Doe, in "Underwater ...
Quotation mark - Wikipedia
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Quotation marks, also called quotes, quote marks, quotemarks, speech marks, inverted commas or talking marks, are punctuation marks used in pairs in various writing systems to set off direct speech, a quotation, or a phrase. The pair consists of an opening quotation mark and a closing quotation mark, which may or may ...
Block quotation - Wikipedia
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A block quotation is a quotation in a written document that is set off from the main text as a paragraph, or block of text, and typically distinguished visually using indentation and a different typeface or smaller size font. This is in contrast to setting it off with quotation marks in a run-in quote.
Bible citation - Wikipedia
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A citation from the Bible is usually referenced with the book name, chapter number and verse number. Sometimes, the name of the Bible translation is also included. There are several formats for doing so. For example, The Book of Genesis, chapter 3, verse 5, of The Living Bible (TLB) could be cited as: Genesis 3:5, TLB.
Citation - Wikipedia
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The closely related Turabian style—which derives from it—is for student references, and is distinguished from the CMOS by omission of quotation marks in reference lists, and mandatory access date citation. The Columbia Style was created by Janice R. Walker and Todd Taylor to give detailed guidelines for citing internet ...
Musical quotation - Wikipedia
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Sometimes the quotation is done for the purposes of characterization, as in Puccini's use of The Star-Spangled Banner in reference to the American character Lieutenant Pinkerton in his opera Madama Butterfly, or in Tchaikovsky's use of the Russian and French national anthems in the 1812 Overture, which depicted a ...
Help:Referencing for beginners - Wikipedia
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The template is placed between the ref tags, and you fill out the fields that you want to include. Such templates automatically format punctuation and other markup such as italics and quotation marks. Basic citation templates can be found here: Wikipedia:Template messages/Sources of articles/Citation quick reference.
Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style/quotation and punctuation - ...
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19 Punctuation inside or outside this quote? 20 Quotations and punctuation; 21 Punctuation with quotation marks. 21.1 Punctuation for titles in quotation marks. 22 Quotes and punctuation in references; 23 Quotation mark. 23.1 'Logical quotation'. 23.1.1 Research on conventional vs. logical punctuation. 24 Changing  ...
Wikiquote - Wikipedia
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Wikiquote is one of a family of wiki-based projects run by the Wikimedia Foundation, running on MediaWiki software. Based on an idea by Daniel Alston and implemented by Brion Vibber, the goal of the project which began as an outgrowth to Wikipedia Famous Quotations is to produce collaboratively a vast reference of ...

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