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  • adjective Not provided with a footnote.


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  • One or two reviewers my actually read what you wrote, with a view of trying to detect attempts to slip unfootnoted items by.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Useful Reset: What Peer Review Is and Is Not 2009

  • I am eternally grateful also to the many friends and writers about Shakespeare whose ideas I have not directly acknowledged in this generally unfootnoted book and whose innovative ideas about Shakespeare I have so mingled with my own that I am not always sure which are whose.

    Shakespeare Bevington, David 2002

  • You know you have reached utter geekdom when David Brooks attacks Al Gore's new book by making unfootnoted references to Star Trek: If you’re going to read Al Gore’s book, you’re going to have to steel yourself for a parade of sentences like the following:

    Geek Wars 2007

  • With unfootnoted thanks to (alphabetically) Colin Campbell, Herman Daly, Richard Heinberg,

    Energy Bulletin - 2008


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