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How would you do an in-text citation for something taken from the online etymology dictionary?

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  1. Use this site:
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    Hold your cursor over the words CITING SOURCES in the left column and then click on electronic/online resources. Then you'll find a list of types of information to include. You'll never use all of them, but include as many as possible and use them in the order given in the numbered list.

    If you wish to post what you come up with, I'll check it for you.

    =)

  2. This is a great web site I was in a class that did writing and we had to do APA formatting and this is what we had too do. If you do APA formatting too it will explain everything there too for you.

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  3. I can not send you what I wanted to because it was to big but if you leave me your email I will be happy to send it to you if you want too.

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