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I am using the document class amsbook and generate the amsrefs bibliography by

\begin{bibdiv}
  \begin{biblist}
    \include{bibcode}
  \end{biblist}
\end{bibdiv}   

Now, there is a page that only says Bibliography, and the first actual reference appears on the next page.

I have no idea how this problem occurs. Can anyone help out?

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Please provide a full minimal example. Just posting sniplets like this, makes it less likely to get help from others. Not everyone has experience with amsrefs –  daleif Sep 13 '13 at 13:01
    
@daleif: Okay -- on the way. –  Rasmus Sep 13 '13 at 13:04
    
(no longer necessary as Andrew Swann's answer solves the problem) –  Rasmus Sep 13 '13 at 13:14
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You should be using \input not \include. The latter adds a \clearpage. Here is the first example from the AMS documentation in your set-up:

Sample output

Main file:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{amsrefs}

\begin{document}
Alan Sokal~\cite{Sokal96} recommends Bourbaki’s text~\cite{Bourbaki70}
for a gentle introduction to set theory. 

\begin{bibdiv} 
\begin{biblist}
\input{bibcode}
\end{biblist} 
\end{bibdiv}

\end{document}

with bibcode.tex containing:

\bib{Bourbaki70}{book}{
title={Th\'eorie des ensembles},
author={Bourbaki, Nicolas},
date={1970},
publisher={Hermann},
address={Paris}
}

\bib{Sokal96}{article}{
title={Trangressing the boundaries},
subtitle={Toward a transformative hermeneutics of quantum gravity},
author={Sokal, Alan},
journal={Social Text},
volume={46/47},
date={1996}, 
pages={217--252}
}
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