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Verb
/ˈparəˌgraf/,
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paragraphs, plural;
  1. Arrange (a piece of writing) in paragraphs

Noun
  1. A distinct section of a piece of writing, usually dealing with a single theme and indicated by a new line, indentation, or numbering


  1. divide into paragraphs, as of text; "This story is well paragraphed"
  2. one of several distinct subdivisions of a text intended to separate ideas; the beginning is usually marked by a new indented line
  3. Paragraph is a peer reviewed academic journal that publishes essays and review articles which explore critical theory and its application to literature, other arts, and society. It is published three times a year, in March, July and November, by Edinburgh University Press.
  4. A passage in text that is about a different subject from the preceding text, marked by commencing on a new line, the first line sometimes being indented; To sort text into paragraphs
  5. (Paragraphs) What many bloggers make too long or do not use enough of.
  6. (Paragraphs) are created from blank lines. If you want to force a newline without a paragraph, you can use two backslashes followed by a whitespace or the end of line.
  7. (Paragraphs) are one or more sentences written together on a single theme.
  8. Paragraphs are groups of interrelated sentences that develop a central topic. Generally governed by a topic sentence, a paragraph has its own unity and coherence and is an integral part of the logical development of an essay.
  9. by default, a paragraph is considered to end at the next hard return for word processing files and up to the next blank line (i.e. two carriage returns in a row) for ASCII files.
  10. Starts a new paragraph. See Document Structure.
  11. The basic unit of text within an SGML document.
  12. A mark to denote a new paragraph (¶ ¶). Also, pilcrow. On US Macintosh keyboards, paragraph is Option-7.
  13. The part of a piece of writing, signaled by a space or indentation, that introduces a new topic or idea.
  14. In constitutions, usually refers to a part of the constitution or a schedule.
  15. n.  distinct section of a written or printed text, usu consisting of several sentences dealing with a single theme and starting on a new line
  16. A paragraph is a portion of text, usually small, used to isolate a thought. It usually contains several sentences. A new paragraph marks a change of focus, a change of time, a change of place or a change of speaker in a passage of dialogue. ...
  17. A distinct portion of written or printed matter dealing with a particular idea, beginning on a new line that is usually indented. Paragraphs are used where there's a greater break in the subject than between sentences. ...
  18. A unit of memory containing 128 bits (16 bytes; 8 words).
  19. a group of sentences that discuss one main subject. There are four basic types of paragraphs: 1) descriptive, 2) narrative, 3) persuasive, and 4) expository.
  20. A subdivision of a COBOL program containing sentences.
  21. A group of sentences developing a single idea from a topic sentence.
  22. The study of The Watchtower and materials at the Congregation Book Study is conducted a paragraph at a time. In the {publications}, articles that are designed for group study have the paragraphs numbered, with {study questions} below. ...
  23. FT of [C] strike the palm of [B], PO > DS, FO away.
  24. text that begins and end when you press Enter.
  25. Any text that has a hard return at the end of it.