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How to cite alternating Bible versions (Chicago Style - footnotes)

Last Updated: Nov 21, 2013  |  3 Views
 
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You can use "ibid." for immediately repeated source, e.g., 1. New Standard Version, 2. ibid. You can't use ibid for non-consecutive references, but you may abbreviate subsequent references from same version, e.g., New Standard Version = NSV.
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