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Order of Footnote Marks On Single Page [duplicate]

Is there an official (or standard) order for footnotes in a single page or article? The first footnote is usually marked with a: * (asterisk). The second with a # (hash mark). I've seen the third ...
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Citation of internet webpages that have limited lifetimes [closed]

Some websites, especially news websites, either leave up content for limited periods, or archive content after a few days and charge readers to access their archives. It seems to me that citations in ...
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Footnote editing

A riddle for the weekend. If p stands for one page, pp stand for a range of pages, which one should I use in a footnote with J. Jones, page 21 and other pages? I.e. do I write pp. 21 and further or ...
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Formatting two adjacent footnote indicators in the body of the footnoted text

I've run into an issue using Microsoft Word 2013. In the following example, there is no way to know whether or not there exists one reference to footnote 12, or two references to footnotes 1 and 2: ...
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Parentheses surrounding footnote body [closed]

It's unbelievably hard to find relevant information online, as almost every Google search just gives pages of advice and questions regarding citations and referencing styles. If I use a footnote in ...
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How do I footnote an item that appears twice on the same page?

I need to add a footnote to an item that appears twice in the same page. For example, if I need to provide a footnote for the following bold terms: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur ...
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What are footnotes called when they aren’t in the footer?

What do you call the little asides found in the margins of books instead of at the bottom of the page? I don’t mean the stuff scribbled in by hand, but rather the printed matter used by tasteful ...
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Do footnoting superscripts go inside or outside punctuation?

When using superscripts to indicate a footnote, do these fall inside or outside adjacent punctuation? If there is an answer, is that answer applicable worldwide, or just to specific regions or ...
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What are the historical reasons for the conventional sequence of footnote symbols?

According to @Mahnax's answer to this question, the Chicago Manual of Style Online states that the correct sequence of footnote symbols is as follows: * (asterisk; but do not use if p values occur ...