sidenote


sidenote

sidenote n.

1776, from side (adj.) + note (n.).

Examples from the Web for sidenote Contemporary Examples of sidenote

  • Sidenote: Keeping the Booker election off the November card can’t hurt state and local GOP candidates, either.

    Voter Suppression, Chris Christie Style

    Michael Tomasky

    June 4, 2013

  • Historical Examples of sidenote

  • Where the sidenote precedes a paragraph, it is given on a separate line.

    A New Voyage to Carolina

    John Lawson

  • Page 85 sidenote: Expression in Painting and Sculpture is a borrowd quality.

    A Letter on Shakspere’s Authorship of The Two Noble Kinsmen

    William Spalding

  • Page 147 (sidenote), year changed to years (Dr. Balliet on the early years of childhood).

    The Child in the Midst

    Mary Schauffler Labaree

  • Page 189 (sidenote), religous changed to religious (Result to the child of religious acts).

    The Child in the Midst

    Mary Schauffler Labaree

  • When the location did not change over several pages, only one sidenote was used.

    The Diary of John Evelyn, Volume II (of 2)

    John Evelyn

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