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MRIs: Chapter 12

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12.3C1

Revise fourth and eighth examples to read:

Commonwealth immigration. – January/February 1964 –

Daily mirror. -- -Dec. 31, 1999 (abbreviation appears on source of information)

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12.3C4

Revise first through fifth examples to read:

Selected publications in European languages : SPEL. – No. 1 (Feb. 1973) – (abbreviation appears on source of information)

New locations. – Number 1 (April/May 1973) –

Renewable energy bulletin. – Volume 1, number 1 (January/March 1974) –

The musical mainstream / Division for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress. – Volume 1, number 1 (January-February 1977) –


IEEE transactions on acoustics, speech, and signal processing. – Volume AASP-22, number 1 (February 1974) –


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12.3D1

Revise examples to read:

[Part 1] –

( Subsequent issues numbered Part 2, Part 3, etc.)

[Number 1] –

[1998] –

(An annual report)


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12.3E1

Revise example to read:

Volume 3, number 7 – =number 31 –

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12.3F1

Revise examples to read:

Volume 3, number 6 (August/September 1970) – volume 5, number 3 (March 1972)


-volume 10, number 12 (December 1995)

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12.3G1

Revise examples to read:

Volume 1, number 1 (November 1943)-volume 10, number 12 (June 1953) ; Number 1 (July 1974) –

Volume 1, number 1 (January 1995)-volume 4, number 12 (December 1998); January 1999 –

Volume 1, number 1 (June 1986)-volume 8, number 12 (December 1993) ; new series, Volume 1, number 1 (January 1994 –

Number 1-number 6 ; [new series], Number 1 –

Number 1-number 6 ; [new series], Number 1-number 3 ; [third series], Number 1 –

Volume 1, number 1 (January 1992)-volume 4, number 3 (March 1995) ; [new series], Volume 1, number 1 (January 1996) –

Number 1-number 6 ; [second series], number 1 - ; - third series, Number 104 ; fourth series, Number 1 –


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12.4F2

Revise third example to read:

Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, [1996]

Note: Began in March 1982; ceased in September 1996.

(Description not based on first or last issue or part; beginning and ending dates of publication known)


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12.5B1

Revise first and second examples to read:

1 volume

1 volume (loose-leaf)


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12.5B2

Revise third and fourth examples to read:

103 volumes

2 volumes (loose-leaf)

( Updating loose-leaf service issued in two binders)


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12.5B3

Revise examples to read:

volumes of braille

12 volumes of music (braille)

2 volumes of braille (loose-leaf)

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