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p=. A nested list with multiple terms, multiple definitions

;(defclass#defid) Linux
: ^[n]^ An open-source version of the UNIX operating system.
: ^[n]^ The free Unix workalike created by Linus Torvalds and friends starting about 1991.
; Windoze
: A closed-source heap of junk masquerading as an operating system. Won’t let you do anything unless you absolve Micro$oft of all blame first. Before _*every*_ action.
; OSX
: The Apple platform as it should have been in the ’90s; based on UNIX. OSX is much copied and is now also called _Windows 7_.
;;(subdefclass)
;;[en-us] Center
;;[en-gb] Centre
::{font-style:italic} The middle of something; like a road or a circle, or the Universe in the case of Steve Jobs. Let’s italicise it inline.
Note this definition block has its own @subdefclass@ and the terms are tagged with their respective language strings.
;;[en-us] Sidewalk
;;[en-gb] Pavement
:: Walkway consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway.
;;; Jaywalker
::: Someone who crosses the street without obeying the Walk/Don’t Walk signs.
;;; Starbucks
::: A fast-coffee chain found on every main street in every city in the world.
Serves average coffee and is full of people on laptops who are too self important to work in an office, and wish to be seen working hard.
:: Material used to pave an area, usually for pedestrians.
: The underlying architecture behind such Appley gizmos as the iPod, iPhone and iPad.
; AmigaOS
: An awesome Operating System tightly bound to the hardware, sadly destroyed by Commodore’s poor marketing.

 

Definition Lists

A nested list with multiple terms, multiple definitions

Linux
[n] An open-source version of the UNIX operating system.
[n] The free Unix workalike created by Linus Torvalds and friends starting about 1991.
Windoze
A closed-source heap of junk masquerading as an operating system. Won’t let you do anything unless you absolve Micro$oft of all blame first. Before every action.
OSX
The Apple platform as it should have been in the ’90s; based on UNIX. OSX is much copied and is now also called Windows 7.

Center
Centre
The middle of something; like a road or a circle, or the Universe in the case of Steve Jobs. Let’s italicise it inline.

Note this definition block has its own subdefclass and the terms are tagged with their respective language strings.

Sidewalk
Pavement
Walkway consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway.

Jaywalker
Someone who crosses the street without obeying the Walk/Don’t Walk signs.
Starbucks
A fast-coffee chain found on every main street in every city in the world.

Serves average coffee and is full of people on laptops who are too self important to work in an office, and wish to be seen working hard.

Material used to pave an area, usually for pedestrians.
The underlying architecture behind such Appley gizmos as the iPod, iPhone and iPad.
AmigaOS
An awesome Operating System tightly bound to the hardware, sadly destroyed by Commodore’s poor marketing.