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Gates, B. [BillGates]. (2013, February 26). #Polio is 99% eradicated. Join me & @FCBarcelona as we work to finish the job
and #EndPolio. VIDEO: http://b-gat.es/X75Lvy [Tweet]. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/BillGates
Author Surname, Initial(s). [Author’s screen name]. (Year, Month, Day). Title [Tweet]. Retrieved from URL
- Provide the author’s screen name in square brackets after their proper name.
- If only the screen name is known, provide it without the square brackets (in place of the author’s real name).
- Provide the content of the tweet (up to the first 40 words) as the title.
- Do not italicise the title of tweets.
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