“(The Bell Curve also mentions the correlation; the source listed for it in the footnotes is a College Board publication that contains many statistics, but not that one.)”
“Some days ago, I got a piece of what someone like Harry Wilson would call campaign literature — a 53-page analysis of the public pension crisis in New York and the U.S., with footnotes from the National Bureau of Economic Research and such.”
“Given that the hearing was called with little notice, and little time to prepare a formal written statement, I have opted to add some annotations and expansion of my views in footnotes to this SSRN version that did not appear in the original version submitted to the subcommittee; other witnesses were also operating under time pressure and so statements are not necessarily formal in an academic sense.”
“MARTIN: One of the little sad, not little - sad footnotes is that your brother actually passed away just a few months after his release from prison.”
“The admission - in footnotes to this month's Budget - is the most official recognition yet that the credit crunch is deterring people from moving home.”
“It is worth noting that Baillie only uses the word Scotland in footnotes in Fugitive Verses and never in the poems, and so her interest in Scotland as a nation appears to be much more muted than Burns's.”
“George probably lifted the footnotes from a short, blustering and inaccurate open letter by Nepstad himself.”
“Thanks for spreading the word -- and that's right, you had that brilliant story that was told in footnotes -- man, I can't tell you how much I'd still like to do something like that.”
“It appears some of the web locations contained in footnotes in those two filings locate resources I have needed for other work in which I have embarked.”
“Yes, the language in the footnotes is strong for Justice Souter.”
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