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[Bug 9535] Consider the poem example of figure. It should be possible to omit the </p> tag there. Maybe we should make <figcaption> imply </p> in the parser.

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--- Comment #2 from Henri Sivonen <hsivonen@iki.fi>  2010-04-20 13:25:25 ---
Making <figcaption> imply </p> isn't probably any worse than making <article>,
<footer>, etc. imply </p>.

However, making any new elements imply </p> is really questionable considering
our supposed backwards and forwards-compatibility stories.

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