CITE

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A portion of a citation, typically the title of a monograph or serial. In a printed bibliography, CITE corresponds to the bibliographic entity typically rendered in italics, and in fact, many browsers will render CITE elements in italics, though as always, you can't count on that.

Examples

<p>In the first chapter of <cite>Moby Dick</cite>...</p>
<p>Braswell, Laurel Nichols. <cite>Western Manuscripts from Classical
Antiquity to the Renaissance: A Handbook</cite>. Garland Reference
Library of the Humanities, 139. New York: Garland, 1981.</p>
<p>Despite Nishio's remarks concerning the causes of
deterioration of Asian paintings,<cite>[Nishio, 1994]....</p>

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