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On Mon, 2006-05-08 at 16:40 -0400, Paul F. Schaffner wrote:
> > Peter Flynn wrote:
> >>
> >> A list *inside* a paragraph should surely be rendered as an inline list
> >> (in the manner of LaTeX's inparaenum package).
> >
> > nonetheless, display lists inside paragraphs are seen in the wild...

Yes; I should have added, in the absence of any other indication.

> Indeed. Frequently. Whether P is defined semantically,
> formally, or (as most commonly) some kind of formal/semantic amalgam, I 
> see no reason to suppose that the appearance of a UL- or OL-type
> list should mark the close of the existing P. Surely the
> following (the peculiarities of HTML aside) is a single P,
> both formally (marked by indentation and pilcrow) and
> semantically, with no implication that the embedded list
> should be rendered inline:
> 
> ----------------------------------------------------------
>     ¶That thou maist 
[snip]

That's one such indication.

///Peter