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[Bug 7035] clarify what the use case is for first illustration under "3.4 Content models"

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--- Comment #1 from Lachlan Hunt <lachlan.hunt@lachy.id.au>  2009-06-25 10:11:00 ---
The diagram exists to more easily convey the relationship between each of the
categories.  So, for example, a reader can see at a glance that all embedded
content is also phrasing content, so they know that wherever phrasing content
is allowed, embedded content is too.  It's a lot quicker and easier to
understand such relationships by glancing at the diagram than having to read
all of the descriptions.  It's certainly useful for me.  Before it was in the
spec, I had even sketched my own for the same reason.  So I would object to its
removal.


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