Elements that may be used within a Paragraph (<p>) in a mixed content model with data characters (#PCDATA)
Design Note: There is a major overlap between this parameter entity and that for the elements that are at the same level as a paragraph (%para-level;). Inline elements appear only inside a paragraph, while block elements, such as quotes and lists, may appear either within a paragraph or at the same level as a paragraph.
<!ENTITY % p-elements "| %address-link.class; | %article-link.class; | %block-display.class; | %block-math.class; | %citation.class; | %emphasis.class; | %funding.class; | %inline-math.class; | %inline-display-noalt.class; | %list.class; | %math.class; | %phrase.class; | %rest-of-para.class; | %simple-link.class; | %subsup.class;" >
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