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Citation template
Template:Cite journal
Author formatting
Smith, A. B. (not "Smith, Arthur Brown"; initial separated by a single space)
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Page number formatting
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If a month or season may help locate a journal article, specify it with the date parameter (e.g. Sept 2009, Winter 1988). Do not specify a day.
The URL should point to (in descending order of preference):
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