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I'm using an in-text citation in my paper which is as follows:

Our case studies demonstrate that NGET have already provided a wide range of environmental, security, health and safety, and economic benefits

Unfortunately the reader will not understand what an NGET is unless I can explain it. What would be the proper way to showcase what this abbreviation stands for in an mla-style paper?

  • Do you mean that the text you've included is a direct quotation, which you will follow with an in-text citation? – 1006a Jul 30 '18 at 0:47
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Spell out abbreviations or acronyms before their initial use, and include the preferred abbreviation in parentheses after the term.

Our case studies demonstrate that Next Generation Economic Technology (NGET) have already provided a wide range of environmental, security, health and safety, and economic benefits.

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