Within the field of Translation Studies, the use of footnotes
is regarded as one of the procedures that the translator has at their disposal when translating.
* The diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine (DTaP) footnote
was revised to more clearly present recommendations following an inadvertently early administered fourth dose of DTaP
* A revision to the footnote
for the DTaP vaccine to clarify recommendations to be taken after an inadvertently early administration of the fourth dose of that vaccine.
There are no "Footnotes
to the Financial Statements." You will not find any such section in published financial statements that are reported on by PCAOB registered CPAs, or members of the AICPA; you will only find "Notes to the Financial Statements." Search as you may, but if you do find one, it will be to this author's dismay.
on the tetanus and diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine states that a dose of the vaccine is recommended for each pregnancy--preferably during week 27 through week 36 of gestation.
Professor Austin's Footnotes
article points out that the "most pretentious form of first page differentiation is the 'lead-in' quotation whereby the author prefaces the main body of the text with a quote from an esteemed scholar, a famous decision, or some other prestigious source." (10) For those playing this game, "[i]deally, the lead-in quote should be obscure--oriental sources are recommended--and should not have a substantive link to the subject matter of the article.
Work with your SEC XBRL financial filing service provider to understand the differences between the tagging of primary financial statements and detailed footnotes
. The number of concepts for a detailed footnote
filing is on average two-to-five times the number of concepts in primary financials for the same type of filing (10-Q or 10-K).
And in the West, "Footnotes
in Gaza" deserves a 'Persepolis'-type success.
Baker, (1) Justice Souter inserted a short, three-sentence footnote
"After some dozen years' immersion in intelligence, I still find myself reacting uncomfortably to its rather cavalier disregard for the footnote
," Alexander wrote in the CIA's in-house journal, Studies in Intelligence, in 1964.
(58) Although "the basic function of a footnote
is to allow 'the interested reader to test the conclusions of the writer and to verify the source of a challengeable statement,'"(59) footnotes
have much greater semiotic significance.
Most state and program profiles include footnotes
that reference state laws, state policies, and websites of programs.