At 9:12 AM -0500 12/6/00, Francois Lachance wrote:
>Are there cases where it is vital to nest <LG> with <P> directly
>without recourse to an intermediate <Q>? In otherwords, when content
>modeling is there ever an occassion where the researcher's
>particular notions of the boundaries of paragraphs cannot be accomodated
<p>I think I may be able to express my sentiments better by saying
<l>I think that I shall never see</l>
<l>an LG embedded in a P</l>
rather than by trying to do it in verse. This really is a paragraph.</p>
Seriously, though, I've seen constructions like this, where the verse
is not quoted.
Peter C. Gorman
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