The practice of bibliographic citation to supporting materials was formalized in scholarly publishing more than a century ago. In this tradition, a "bibliographic citation" refers to a formal, structured reference to another scholarly work. In most fields, citations are made in the body of the work. Full references typically appear at the end of the main text, providing more detailed bibliographic information for each work referenced.

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