Originally, a marginal mark or note, set in the margin to call attention to something in the text, e. g., a change of subject; now, the character §, commonly used in the text as a reference mark to a footnote, or to indicate the place of a division into sections.
A unit of text that begins and ends with the Enter keystroke.
divide into paragraphs, as of text; "This story is well paragraphed"
a division in normal text, not in a statute
a portion of text, usually small, used to isolate a thought
a reasonable unit of text retrieval (which is what is at issue, not irreducible structures of thought)
a segment of text with the same format that begins when you press the ENTER key and ends when you press the ENTER key again
a unit of text without deliberate carriage returns
The basic unit of text within an SGML document.
(): Ch. 3 Defines a section of text as being a paragraph. The closing tag () is technically optional, but its use is strongly recommended.
Paragraphs are the medium-size unit of human-language text. There are special Emacs commands for moving over and operating on paragraphs. See section T.3 Paragraphs.
In word-processing jargon, a paragraph is any text that begins after a hardreturn (pressing Return or Enter on your keyboard) and ends with the next hard return.
A block of TEXT usually starting after a LINE SPACE or on an INDENTATION. CHAPTERs are divided into paragraphs to make them easier to navigate and to divide them into themes.
A piece of text terminated by a hard return. Thus a title or a heading can be a paragraph.