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Element multipar


Mixed Content Model



NameTypeDefault Value
style CDATA None
class CDATA None
xml:lang NMTOKEN None
id ID None

Parameter Entities

The following parameter entities contain multipar: block, sectbegin


This one can contain plain text and inline elements. The idea is that every `*' ends a paragraph and begins a new one, so you don't have to type all this <p/>...</p> stuff every time. Empty lines are ignored, but produce no warning.


article, chapter, index, item, letter, p, paragraph, proof, references, section, subparagraph, subsection, subsubsection, theorem


ch, cite, em, footnote, graphics, hspace, idx, indexsee, ix, latex, m, math, mathref, pageref, ref, relax, unit, url, verb, visual, vref, wrap


  The <em>SI</em> developed from the metric system but today both
  terms can be used synonymously. It is worth mentioning that all
  metric countries have a different set of legal units, including some
  non-metric ones. The SI, in most cases, represents the core of the
  metric system, though.*

  The science that deals with measuring quantities and definition of
  units is metrology. Many countries run metrological institutes and
  partly they work as standardising authorities in their respective

  In regular international meetings these institutes decide about
  (re-)definitions of SI units. Since 1983 the seven base units have
  been defined as follows:*


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