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Footnote

An explanation of an item in a financial statement or of the financial statement generally. A footnote may expand upon the company's accounting methods, or it may show why a negative item is unlikely to be repeated. Footnotes are usually found at the end of financial statements; they are considered useful because they give more information than the financial statement itself does.

footnote

A detailed explanation of an item in a financial statement. Footnotes are nearly always located at the end of a statement. For example, a company is likely to attach footnotes to its annual report to expand on the depreciation and inventory valuation methods used by its accountants. Many financial analysts consider footnotes the most important information in an annual report. Also called note.
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Third, plaintiffs argue that defendant cites his own articles as sources in endnotes 19 and 22.
Page 46, endnote 7, paragraph 3, line 2: correct "Espana del map" to "Espana del mar".
The endnote oh-so-conscientiously provides the URL for the Columbia Journalism Review story.
As it turns out, you find yourself switching back and forth, reading the endnotes as they are cited in the text.
Double spacing: Submit everything in a double-spaced format and 12-point font, including the abstract, text, block quotations in the body of the text, endnotes, and biographical sketch.
Endnotes explain that the story is meant to be a fable, and also tell a bit about the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, alchemy, the story's setting, and Saint Elfleda, who appears as a character.
Dawkins, it is more than curious to me that she appears to have been unable to complete the work until after the publication of On Her Own Ground with its 76 pages of very specific endnotes mad its detailed roadmap to all of the libraries and archives that housed the key Walker documents that Lowry claims to have discovered.
The endnotes, which offer suggestions for further reading on the topics covered, is supplemented by a bibliographical essay that clarifies the most recent scholarly works on Elizabeth.
Filled with scores of charts and graphs, backed by some 2,900 endnotes and 70 pages of references, The Skeptical Environmentalist looks at a host of global environmental issues, including population growth, pollution, deforestation, and climate change.
It has copious endnotes and bibliography, with five appendices that will be helpful for those doing further research.
The endnotes document sources as well as provide details about where to find more information.
For example, Bates goes through a particular article by Daioleslam where Parsi and NIAC cited endnotes as proof of bias.