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How to Construct a URL to a Specific Citation Using an Open URL Resolver
In order to construct a link that will direct a user to a specific citation or article in HeinOnline, use the following format:
This link will direct users to The Advocate volume 64, page 1.
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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