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« Life is like a rouer coaster, it has its ups and downs. But it’s your choice to scream or enjoy the ride. That was a quote I read a long Lime ago, 1 read it many times because I found it such a great way to describe what life is. Life, it’s more than we think, it’s the good and the bad, the white and the black, the best and the worst, simply life is everything. »
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Abbreviation tagged on to the end of a name that provides additional information about a person. The title is what the work you are citing is called. If there is no title, some styles ask for a description of the source instead. URL is an acronym for Uniform Resource Locator.