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An Essay in a Journal
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Seraj, Mohamed Abdullah. “Are we providing modern anesthetics services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia?” Anesthesia: Essays and Researches 6.1 (2012): 3-9. Print. Quote & Signal Phrase with In-Text Citation:

As Mohamed Abdullah Seraj notes in his essay, “Are we providing modern anesthetics services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia?” anesthesia has evolved immensely since its invention, modern anesthesia has certain policies that “ reduced the mortality rate due to state-of-the-art anesthesia in the Western world to a very low rate of 1: 200 000” (4).

A Book by One Author

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Wells, Joel. Touch and Go Joe: An Adolescent's Experience of OCD. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006. Print. Quote & Signal Phrase with In-Text Citation:
People with OCD struggle with their disease and can sometimes feel overpowered by it, like it controls all their actions. “Obsessive Compulsive Disorder does exactly what it says on the tin: it gives you obsessive thoughts, compelling you to do irrational things” (Wells 14). An Essay in an Anthology

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Brown, Leslie. “The Power of Pictures.” American Mashup: A Popular Culture Reader. Ed. Aaron Morales. New York: Pearson, 2012. 56-61. Print. Quote & Signal Phrase with In-Text Citation:
Leslie Brown’s “The Power of Pictures” shows mankind lives based on speculations created by images that record each moment due to the fact that “any image captured only conveys what is happening in that split second” (57)

A Film
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Pride and Prejudice. Dir. Joe Wright. Perf. Matthew Macfadyen. Universal Pictures, 23 November 2005. DVD. Quote & Signal Phrase with In-Text Citation:
Darcy illustrates pure love and overcomes the social class differences by setting aside his pride and declaring his undying feelings for Elizabeth (Pride and Prejudice).
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