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Chicago Manual of Style Online
Print copies of the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style are also available in the reference sections of both Irwin and the Science Library.
What's the difference?
"Turabian is a kind of citation involving either footnotes or endnotes. For the most part, it is a condensed version of the Chicago stylebook written especially for student writers." Hollins University Writing Center
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