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From: "Art Eccles" <>
Subject: [TMG] The + feature
Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2008 15:54:50 +0100
I have just attempted my first use of the + feature and succeeded in
producing what I wanted. It took a bit of sentence restructuring but shows
what can be done.
The first tag (death) sentence was: [P] died <on [D]><aged [A]>< at [L2]>
<in [L]>. <The cause of death was [M1].> <[M2]>
The contents of [M1] was "accidental drowning". I did not change it and
[M2] was empty
The second tag (burial) sentence was: [:CR:][P] was buried<[D]><in [L1]><
in the [L2]><in [L]>.<[:CR:][LIND:][M][:LIND]>[:CR:]
The contents of [M] was blank.
I changed the first sentence to: [P] died <on [D]><aged [A]>< at [L2]> <in
[L]> <the cause of death being [M1]>.
I changed the second sentence to: [+], and he was buried< on [D]><in [L1]><
in the [L2]>< in [L]>.<[:CR:][LIND:][M][:LIND]>[:CR:]
The result in the Journal was: He died on 07 August 1868 aged 18 at 15
Napier Terrace, Norfolk Street, in Hull, Yorkshire, England, the cause of
death being accidental drowning, and he was buried on 10 August 1868 in the
Western Old Ground Cemetery in Hull, Yorkshire, England.
A very satisfactory result and it shows what can be achieved with a little
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