Supra (grammar)

Supra (grammar)

Supra (Latin for "above") is an academic and legal citation signal used when a writer desires to refer a reader to an earlier-cited authority. For example, an author wanting to refer to a source in his or her third footnote would cite: "See supra" note 3. Or for text in that note: "See supra" text accompanying note 3.

See also

* Ibid
* Id.
* Super

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