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Since I am working in natural science, I am using the Vancouver system.  As
you can see even on wikipedia ( http:// ) it is quite often the case that you
need more references at one passage in a text (compare e.g. "Broadly
speaking, there are two citation systems:[6][7][8]" or "These may be
referred to as citation formats as well as citation styles.[10][11][12]"
within the mentioned wikipedia article). 
Some journal just demand to use [6-8] or  [10-12]  respectively in those
cases, what is not useful for a html document of course. So my post above
concerns only the problem of formatting foot- and end-notes and has nothing
to do with reference manager software. (Such a feature might be implemented
by providing a sample database for Libreoffice Base together with a suitable
Writer template.)
Best regards 

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