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in-text citation call-out style

I suggest you employ the cite citation management style and issue a single \cite directive with 3 comma-separated arguments instead of issuing 3 separate \cite directives with a single argument each. ...
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Redefine environment thebibliography

Almost six months after defending my own diploma, a solution was found. It is quite complex and non-obvious, besides, I did not fully understand it, but it works. Taken from the source, which I will ...
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Weird space before each bibliography in beamer

As noted in the comments, redefining \item is having unintended consequences on the bibliography, since the \bibitem command used in the bibliography file contains commands defined in terms of \item. ...
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How to add a license (Creative commons) to a bibtex entry?

The simplest way would be to use the note field of bibliographic entry. It can hold arbitrary data and it's printed automatically in the standard style. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{biblatex} ...
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Remove square brackets around citations without using a package

you can do it like this (more or less taken from the LaTeX companion): \documentclass[12pt]{book} \makeatletter \def\@biblabel#1{} \renewcommand\@cite[2]{{#1\if@tempswa,\nolinebreak[3] #2\fi}} \...
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How to use page site for citation inside equation

With the shown definition \eqcite (and thus also \cite inside of equations) only takes one mandatory argument. This means it does not support biblatex's usual two optional arguments. With the ...
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How to include label in environment arguments?

I wouldn't reinvent the wheel: there are several subtle points when defining a theorem-like environment and I'm afraid your code doesn't address them. With amsthm you have a very good way to manage ...
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How to include label in environment arguments?

A slightly different approach: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{ntheorem} \usepackage{cleveref} \theoremstyle{break} \newtheorem{thm}{theorem}[section] \usepackage{keyval} \makeatletter \define@...
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Referencing with Zotero gives a reverse order of numbering in text

This is the answer given in the comments above for completeness' sake: First of all, this has nothing to do with Zotero: how you create your .bib file is up to you, Zotero is just one such way. What I ...
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How to make the references appear in order in LaTeX?

The comment thread has gotten entirely too long … I am posting an example of what I think you might be wanting, even though it's impossible to tell without a proper MWE: \documentclass{article} % ...
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Include page numbers in a \cite argument?

I am posting a full example here, just because it's easier than in the comments … Make of it what you will :-) \documentclass{article} \begin{filecontents}[overwrite]{mwe.bib} @book{jane1980, ...
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How to change `\autocite{x}` of a footnote style to link bibliography with an author-year label?

oxnotes style implements BL-OSCOLA in a (non-legal) humanities-friendly way: MWE \begin{filecontents*}[overwrite]{\jobname.bib} @misc{UNGA_Res2222, institution = {UNGA}, title = {Treaty ...
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