Exemple: <abstract>

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2 The TEI Header


 <abstract resp="#LB">
  <p>Good database design involves the acquisition and deployment of
     skills which have a wider relevance to the educational process. From
     a set of more or less instinctive rules of thumb a formal discipline
     or "methodology" of database design has evolved. Applying that
     methodology can be of great benefit to a very wide range of academic
     subjects: it requires fundamental skills of abstraction and
     generalisation and it provides a simple mechanism whereby complex
     ideas and information structures can be represented and manipulated,
     even without the use of a computer. </p>

2.4.4 Abstracts

  <p>This paper is a draft studying
     various aspects of using the TEI
     as a reference serialization framework
     for LMF. Comments are welcome to bring
     this to a useful document for the

2.4.4 Abstracts

 <abstract xml:lang="en">
  <p>The recent archaeological emphasis
     on the study of settlement patterns,
     landscape and palaeoenvironments has
     shaped and re-shaped our understanding
     of the Viking settlement of Iceland.
     This paper reviews the developments
     in Icelandic archaeology, examining
     both theoretical and practical advances.
     Particular attention is paid to new
     ideas in terms of settlement patterns
     and resource exploitation. Finally,
     some of the key studies of the ecological
     consequences of the Norse
  <foreign xml:lang="is">landnám</foreign>
     are presented. </p>
 <abstract xml:lang="fr">
  <p>L’accent récent des
     recherches archéologiques sur l’étude des
     configurations spatiales des colonies, de la
     géographie des sites ainsi que des éléments
     paléo-environnementaux nous mène à réexaminer
     et réévaluer nos connaissances acquises sur
     la colonisation de l’Islande par les Vikings.
     Cet article passe en revue le développement
     de l’archéologie islandaise en examinant les
     progrès théoriques et pratiques en la matière.
     Une attention particulière est portée sur
     l’étude des configurations spatiales des
     colonies ainsi qu’une considération des
     questions d’exploitation des ressources.
     Finalement, l’article présente un aperçu des
     études principales qui traitent des
     conséquences écologiques du
  <foreign xml:lang="is">landnám</foreign>

2.4.4 Abstracts

   <item>An annual HBC supply ship is
       set to the North West Coast for mid-September.</item>
    <name key="pelly_jh">Pelly</name> writes
       to ascertain the British Government's plans
       for the lands associated with the Oregon Treaty;
       he wants to know what will happen to the HBC's
       establishment on the southern <name type="place"
Vancouver Island</name>.
       He adds that a former Crown grant, an 1838 exclusive
       trade-grant for the lands in question, has yet to
   <item>The minutes discuss the nature of the HBC's
       original entitlements and question whether or not,
       and in what capacity, the Oregon Treaty affects the
       HBC's position. The majority council further
       investigation, and to reply cautiously and
       judiciously to the HBC inquiry.</item>
       summary of a meeting with <name key="pelly_jh">Pelly</name> is offered in
       order to elucidate the HBC's intentions.</item>
    <name key="grey_hg">Lord Grey</name> calls
       for greater consideration on the issue of
       colonization; he asks that <name key="stephen_j">Stephen</name> write the Company,
       asking them to detail their intentions, and to
       state their legal opinion for entitlement.