Syd Bauman wrote:
> I don't think of it taht way, myself. <num> contains a number,
> written in any form. <geo> contains two numbers, that I think TEI
> intends should be expressed as numeric representations. (I.e.,
> <num>two</num> and <num>3/4</num> are fine, but
> <geo>twenty-three</geo> and <geo>4+7</geo> are not.)
> If anything, <geo> is a specialized
> <measureGrp ...
ok, probably true, but either way, <num>, <measureGrp>,
<geo> all belong in model.measureLike, which is
allowed inside paragraphs. So is <geo> more
anomalous than <measure>?
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