Statements that explains or provides additional information on the points raised in a text, and are printed at the end of a document, article, chapter or book. When printed at the bottom of the same page on which the referenced points appear, they are usually called footnotes. Endnotes are commonly marked by a cross-referencing device such as an asterisk (*), dagger ( ), or double dagger (‡), or are numbered.

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