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[[Bilbo Baggins]]
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[[Wikipedia:Ian Holm|Wikipedia]]

IMDb
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Referencing Simple: Fact<ref>Source</ref>

Source used more than once:<ref name="tralala">Source 2</ref>
Reusing such a note: <ref name="tralala"/>

(at the end of the article, create a section "References", and insert <references/>
Simple: Fact[1]

Source used more than once:[2]
Reusing such a note: [2]

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