Are we allowed to cite a source and put it in our Works Cited page, and also have another subsequent article that also uses the same source. For every source I use lately, I also have a corresponding link. What happens if we use the same link in a subsequent article we write? Can we use the same link, source, or referance, in our works cited page, without getting flagged for duplicate content?
also, you don't have to necessarily make the links 'live'
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