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How to write Definitions in Commentary?

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Can definitions in a commentary be written like this1 ?

If not, when what is the best way to write them?

1. At the end of the page, under a border line, the same way economics explanations are given in textbooks, unknown words are explained in books, etc.

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Nope, they can't . I wish they could though. This is taken directly from the May 2013 Economics IA Booklet or whatever.

*Please note that footnotes/endnotes may be used for references only. Definitions of economic terms and quotations, if used, must be in the body of the work and are included in the word count. Please note that a citation is a shorthand method of making a reference in the body of the commentary, which is then linked to the full reference in the footnotes/endnotes. Please note that footnotes/endnotes may be used for references only.*

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Posted · Hidden by The Economist, May 18, 2012 - thank you post
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Thanks, that really made it clearier. I wish I could to that too, it would be much more convenient.

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