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At 13:42 02/06/2021 -0600, Joe Conner wrote:
This seems to me to be a use of ibid.


"Ibid." is short for "ibidem", which is Latin for "in the same place" - or "there again". So that works perfectly well if the footnote is a citation, but not if it is some elaboration or explanation of the footnoted text. It doesn't mean "ditto".

Brian Barker

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