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/* Make the list of references smaller */
div.refbegin {
    font-size: 90%;            /* Default font-size */
    margin-bottom: 0.5em;
div.reflist ol.references {
    font-size: 100%;           /* Reset font-size when nested in div.reflist */
    list-style-type: inherit;  /* Enable custom list style types */
/* Highlight clicked reference in blue to help navigation */
ol.references li:target,
span.citation:target { 
    background-color: #DEF;
/* Ensure refs in table headers and the like aren't bold or italic */
sup.reference {
    font-weight: normal;
    font-style: normal;
/* Allow hidden ref errors to be shown by user CSS */
span.brokenref {
    display: none;
/* Styling for citations (CSS3). Breaks long urls, etc., rather than overflowing box */
.citation {
    word-wrap: break-word;
/* Default styling for titles of works, styling for the title of an article
   within a periodical, or a contribution within a compilation. */
.citation cite.article,
.citation cite.contribution {
    font-style: inherit;
/* Styling for the title of any work within a citation,
   or specifically the title of a periodical. */
.citation cite,
.citation cite.periodical {
    font-style: italic;
/* For linked citation numbers and document IDs, where
   the number need not be shown on a screen or a handheld,
   but should be included in the printed version */
@media screen, handheld {
    .citation *.printonly {
        display: none;