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My problem is this: I use one biblatex-file as a source for a number of documents. In the biblatex-file I used shorthand in every entry. The problem is that in some documents I need to cite the references fully rather than the short form. My question: Is there something a command that I could add to my preamble in order to suppress the shorthand entry and to get full title output?

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If you simply want to suppress the use of shorthands in citation commands for all entries, adding

\AtEveryCitekey{\clearfield{shorthand}}

to the preamble should do. If you have more specific requirements, please add a MWE to your question.

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