LaTeX Making Paragraphs
A paragraph is ended by one or more completely blank lines -- lines
not containing even an %. A blank line should not appear where a new
paragraph cannot be started, such as in math mode or in the argument
of a sectioning command.
This produces a horizontal space whose width equals the width of the
paragraph indentation. It is used to add paragraph indentation where
it would otherwise be suppressed.
When used at the beginning of the paragraph, it suppresses the
paragraph indentation. It has no effect when used in the middle of a
Equivalent to a blank line; often used to make command or environment
definitions easier to read.
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