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Arking, R. (2006). The biology of aging: Observations and principles (3rd ed.). Oxford University Press.
Culliney, J. L. (2006). Islands in a far sea: The fate of nature in Hawai'i (Rev. ed.). University of Hawai'i Press.
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If volumes in a work or set are published in different years, give the range of years separated by a dash as above.
Eliot, T. S. (2001). Tradition and the individual talent. In V. B. Leitch (Ed.), The Norton anthology of theory and criticism (pp. 1092-1097). W. W. Norton. (Original work published 1920)
Note that the page numbers of an article or chapter are preceded by "pp." when citing it (for example, "pp. 25-50"). In cases where an article/chapter occupies a single page, the page is preceded by "p." (ex. "p. 4").
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