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revised Force no breaks after manual bibliographies in book doc class
changed "biographies" to "bibliographies"; typo
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Feb
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comment Bibliography formating
@cf: I also use Biblatex for all my documents these days (especially great for Beamer as well, with the Biber backend)... I can't speak for all but BibTeX is still the default processor on AucTeX (at least on my distribution) and I still consider it the most-recognizable catch-all for all BibTeX-related packages... :) And I also wasn't sure if the OP's institution had a custom document class or not... it seems many still have compatibility issues (especially journal classes) leaving BibTeX as the safest choice for these applications...
Feb
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comment Bibliography formating
There's some webpage listing all the styles so you can perhaps find the one closest to what you want. Can't remember where it is at the moment, but here is a shorter one from Reed: reed.edu/cis/help/latex/bibtexstyles.html. BibTeX is the way to go, IMO. However, if you can't find the style that suits your needs, then create your own bibliography using thebibliography as @cfr suggested but I think that might be too time-consuming for you. There are NUMEROUS styles out there - so I'm sure you'll find the one for you. Good luck!
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comment TikZ (finite) grid with character in each cell
Fantastic answer!