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Bauman, M. G. (2001, November 9). The devilments of style. Chronicle of Higher Education, 48(11), B5.

Freimer, G. R. & Perry, M. M. (1986, January). Student problems with documentation. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 11(6), 350.

Lewis, H. G. (1997, October). What's more important: What you say or how you say it? Selling, 5(3), 5.

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