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Subject: Writing

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How do I cite the Bible in MLA style?

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For an in-text citation, MLA (8th edition) advises that you cite the element that begins the Works Cited entry (usually the title of the edition, in ITALICS), followed by a comma, and then the passage: (New Jerusalem Bible, Ezek. 1.5-10). In your Works Cited entry, give the specific edition of the Bible you use (in ITALICS). If you are focusing on the contribution of the translator or editor in your writing, it is appropriate to acknowledge that contributor as the author, like this: The New Jerusalem Bible. General editor, Henry Wansbrough, Doubleday, 1985.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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Is a newspaper article considered a primary source?

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Answer:

A newspaper article is generally considered a secondary source. However, a source may be considered either primary or secondary, depending on how it's used. If a reporter witnesses an event firsthand, that article would be a primary source. Similarly, a newspaper article written immediately after an historical event is considered a primary source when doing historical research. Newspaper editorial and opinion pieces are also considered primary sources. However, a newspaper article that reports retrospectively on an event, or provides commentary after an event, would be considered a secondary source.

Subject: Music

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How can a person practice pronouncing Italian consonants in a non-aspirated or unaspirated manner?

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You can practice this by putting a lit candle in front of your mouth. Try not to make the candle flicker when you pronounce the consonants. As a result, you will be pronouncing them without aspiration.

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