PARAGRAPH , a
See also:term for a section or division of written or printed
See also:matter, which, as beginning a new subject, marking a break in the subject, &c., is signified by beginning the section on a new
See also:line set back or indented; also by the
See also:symbol, now 1, a reversed P, formerly Q or I, to mark such a division . The Gr. aapaypat/xbs (7rapa and ypa4ew, to write alongside or beside) was used of the
See also:horizontal line or stroke which marked a line in a MS. where such a division occurs; and lrapaypacb i of a marginal note, also the division so marked . The word " paragraph," besides these technical typographical meanings, is also applied to the
See also:separate numbered sections in an affidavit or other legal document, or in a
See also:statute, &c., and in journalism to a short item of
See also:news or brief
See also:notice of events .
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