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View american-sociological-association-chronological.csl
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adam3smith / urls-only.csl
Created Aug 19, 2020
CSL Style that prints hyperlinked DOIs, URLs, or titles, in that order
View urls-only.csl
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View bookends-endnote.xml
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View bookends-endnote.xml
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View handbook-of-feminist-economics.csl
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aib-studi.csl
ancilla-iuris.csl
art-history.csl
australian-historical-studies.csl
bioethics.csl
bluebook2.csl
bluebook-inline.csl
bluebook-law-review.csl
byzantine-and-modern-greek-studies.csl
catholic-biblical-association.csl
View sampleCitations.json
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View Benjamins_metadata.xml
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