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MAKING IT SUPER EASY TO GET REFERENCES FROM WIKIPEDIA ARTICLES

Tue 1 Mar 11






Announcing the launch of perhaps our most useful feature yet.

We find similar sentences to those in Wikipedia, complete with their citations for you to paste into your essay. It's the easy way to branch off to find authoritative sources and relevant quotes to deepen your research.

Check it out at The Full Wiki.

COMMENTARY

by milrose on Sun 6 Mar 11
Hi Luke Tully's dad here. Impressive site. These, when they were books, used to be called "Gazetteers", not orienteers as i said when searching for the right term. Could do with a lot more info re mental health besides suicide rates, and need an overall rate for both Males & females. Great to catch up Best W's Alan

by Michele on Thu 24 Mar 11
THANKS FOR EXPLAINING HOW TO MAKE IT SUPER EASY TO GET REFERENCES FROM WIKIPEDIA ARTICLES. GREAT POST!

by M. on Sat 2 Feb 13
Your welcome. You will need it.

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