Wikipedia 10K Redux by Reagle from Starling archive. Bugs abound!!!

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Instead of describing an entire DTD in detail, we should
add tags to this ``example'' XML layout until we thing
everything is covered.

Mike Warren Someone Else January 19, 2001 This is an abstract. A Title A Sub Title This is some content. It goes on and on, and doesn't really care about what is says. Paragraphs split with a blank line. Like this; I am a new paragraph. I'm pretty short, though. Another Sub Section I am some more content. My purpose is to demonstrate some of the symantic hint tags which we might include. Someone Else might have a name, associated with a birthday (like, say, April 13, 1977). They might have been born in a place such as Calgary, Alberta which doesn't have to be a full, canonical place-name. It might be interesting to specify jargon in the content. One might even have a footnote, defined inline This footnote would actually be rendered in a manner considered good for the medium. For example, at the bottom of a printed page.. Although complicated, adding inline LaTeX would be a very nice future feature: \begin{table} \end{table} References are a little harder, but defining those inline as well might be best, as for the GPL Richard Stallman General Public License . A context diff on the appears here...