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PATENT
PARAGRAPH
PARAGRAPHS
BLOCK
LANGUAGE
DROP
INITIAL
TAG
TOPIC
IDEA
REISSUE APPLICATION
PARAGRAPH SIGN
DIRECTION
FORM PARAGRAPH
PRECEDING PARAGRAPH
INDENT
MACRO
BREAK
BEGINNING
LINE
PARAGRAPH SYMBOL
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    This Review contains major "Paragraph"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A paragraph is a self-contained unit of a discourse in writing dealing with a particular point or idea, or the words of an author.
  2. A paragraph is a group of words, which is longer than a sentence.
  3. A paragraph is a collection of related sentences dealing with a single topic.
  4. A paragraph is simply one or more consecutive lines of text, separated by one or more blank lines.
  5. A paragraph is a unit of writing that consists of one or more sentences focusing on a single idea or topic.

Patent

  1. The supplement or amendment required under Item 3 of Paragraph One above shall not change the substance of the patent application.
  2. Registration as a patent agent under this paragraph shall continue only during the period that the conditions specified in this paragraph obtain.
  3. The prior patent application referred to in the preceding Paragraph shall be deemed having been withdrawn after 15 months from its filing date.

Paragraph

  1. They are fine for a sentence, passable for a paragraph, but are difficult to use well in, say, the text of a book.
  2. In prose fiction and Literary writing paragraph structure is more abstract, depending on the writer's technique and the action of the narrative.
  3. Paragraph D would indicate the leading ideas and show how they are made prominent, or would indicate what points in the narrative are chiefly emphasized.
  4. German (article, item, paragraph, section).
  5. Font size and face of the paragraph (but not the designator) are reset to their default values.
  6. We can apply an opacity level of 25% to the background and then style the paragraph with <p style="position:relative;".
  7. The bottom, maploc-btm-left.png or maploc-btm-right.png, creates a nifty comment bubble thing and aligns to the bottom of the paragraph element.
  8. Definition lists are typically formatted with the term flush-left and the definition, formatted paragraph style, indented after the term.
  9. The HTML markup for defining a paragraph is straightforward: the P element defines a paragraph.

Paragraphs

  1. Some people think it ought to look like the symbol to the right of this paragraph.
  2. The Oxford English Dictionary suggests that the word originated as pylcraft, a corrupted form of "paragraph" (earliest reference c.1440).
  3. The name may be a derivation of paragraph through parcrafte, but this etymology is uncertain.
  4. Another blockquote paragraph.
  5. TeX's paragraph breaking algorithm works by optimizing breakpoints over the whole paragraph.
  6. Such tab stops are paragraph -specific properties and can be moved to a different location in any moment, or even removed.
  7. Besides, there is an interesting paragraph on the power of human mind.
  8. And you'll see a new footnote number at the end of the first paragraph with your new footnote at the bottom of the page.
  9. That paragraph is no longer on the web page.
  10. In QuarkXPress, however, leading is a paragraph attribute.
  11. An entire paragraph is italicized (quite unnecessarily) for emphasis.
  12. A paragraph seems the most semantic solution rather than a meaningless div.
  13. It can be used to group other block-level elements, but can't be used within paragraph elements.
  14. An example of this is the following paragraph: W ikipedia is an international Web-based free-content encyclopedia.
  15. A list of components in which investment is encouraged is included in paragraph G, Best Prospects.
  16. The non-fiction paragraph goes from the general to the specific to advance an argument or point of view.
  17. The Ivoirian government plans to establish a free trade zone in the near future (See paragraph 6 above).
  18. Float a span for the large 26 and following link Use a line-height on the 26 Paragraph 3: Insert and align center image.
  19. Some of his features include the multi-line and paragraph composition engines, the glyph palette, nested styles, and OpenType feature support.

Block

  1. In typography, a paragraph is a block of text.
  2. For example, the block formatting object class represents the breaking of the content of a paragraph into lines.

Language

  1. The following paragraph includes an embedded Japanese ("ja") phrase, after which the primary language returns to French.
  2. Suppose the predominant language of the document containing this paragraph is English.

Drop

  1. With a drop cap, the initial sits within the margins and runs several lines deep into the paragraph, pushing some normal-sized text off these lines.
  2. In 2001, U.S. exports to Algeria decreased by 12 percent from 2000, mostly because of a drop in grain exports (see next paragraph).

Initial

  1. Chapter initials and paragraph-marks in alternate red and blue.
  2. First initial of each book supplied in red; heading of each book and each fable underlined in red; initial-strokes in every verse and paragraph-marks in red.
  3. Initials, paragraph marks, and capital strokes added in red; rubricator's date "1498" beneath colophon.

Tag

  1. In HTML, a new paragraph is created with the '<p ' tag, and the pilcrow symbol is &para;.
  2. The paragraph tag adds a full blank line between paragraphs.
  3. To separate paragraphs with blank lines you could put a paragraph tag ( <P) at the end of each paragraph.

Topic

  1. The paragraph begins with a generalization about the topic of becoming a successful writer.
  2. Then explain that all paragraphs have a topic sentence, which tells the reader what the paragraph will be about.

Idea

  1. The most basic idea in Structured Text is a paragraph.
  2. A paragraph should have the main idea and the first sentence of the paragraph as the key sentence.

Reissue Application

  1. Examiner Note: This form paragraph is to be used in the first action in a reissue application.
  2. Form paragraph 14.11 may be used to suspend action, i.e., stay action, in a reissue application with concurrent litigation.
  3. Examiner Note: This paragraph may be used for any 37 CFR 1.121(b) informality as to an amendment submitted in a reissue application prior to final rejection.

Paragraph Sign

  1. It is frequently used along with the pilcrow (--), or paragraph sign.
  2. In Chinese, the traditional paragraph sign is a thin circle about the same size as a Chinese character.

Direction

  1. When using justification, it is customary to treat the last line of a paragraph separately by left or right aligning it, depending on the language direction.
  2. The line-progression direction for inline areas in the paragraph is the placement direction of the paragraph.

Form Paragraph

  1. This form paragraph may be used in an Office action which rejects any of the claims on other grounds.
  2. Form paragraph 14.20.01 may be used to advise applicant of the proper manner of making amendments in a reissue application.
  3. Form paragraph 14.05.01 may be used to notify applicant that the original patent or an affidavit or declaration as to loss is required before allowance.

Preceding Paragraph

  1. The divisional applications set forth in the preceding Paragraph shall be filed before the re-examination decision on the original application is rendered.
  2. The user referred to in Items 2 and 5 of the preceding Paragraph shall confine his continued use of the invention to his original enterprise exclusively.

Indent

  1. The function of a paragraph indent is to mark a pause, setting the paragraph apart from what precedes it.
  2. He explains in detail how to treat capitals, italics, paragraph indents and punctuation marks.

Macro

  1. The following markup uses all four paragraph macros.
  2. If you give this macro no arguments, `groff' prints all text following in bold until the next highlighting, paragraph, or heading macro.

Break

  1. Orphan: in a page layout, the first line of a paragraph separated from the rest of the paragraph by a column or page break.
  2. Each paragraph was separated with an additional line break as is typically done on web pages.
  3. This will create a break in the copy forcing the keystrokes that follow to go to the next line but it will NOT define a new paragraph.
  4. Trapeze puts you in control over the conversion process, with options for white space stripping, paragraph rewrapping and page break marking.

Beginning

  1. In a written work, an initial is a letter at the beginning of a work, a chapter or a paragraph that is larger than the rest of the text.
  2. The classic typographic method uses indents to signal the beginning of a new paragraph (as we have in this book).
  3. Indentation Insetting a line of text in from the margin, as at the beginning of a paragraph or within an outline, or to set off a quotation.

Line

  1. It should then be first on a line and be indented as the first line of a paragraph.
  2. Indenting the first line of every paragraph is a habit most of us acquired in grammar school.
  3. Widow - a single word left on the last line of a paragraph which falls at the top of a page.
  4. The start of a paragraph is indicated by beginning on a new line and ending without running to the next passage.
  5. This dramatic technique is actually the opposite of an indent, in that the first line extends out to the left of the paragraph.

Paragraph Symbol

  1. The paragraph symbol, the pilcrow, is ¶.
  2. See also Section sign Paragraphos Development from capitulum into modern paragraph symbol.
  3. Last check: 2007-11-07) Paragraph magazine (the paragraph symbol is itself the name) has been publishing short prose since 1985.

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