Thanks, Michael, for that review. There's one item of concern:
> "A text string providing rendering information specific to this
element. The notation is specified with the STYLE element in the
document head. The user agent can select an appropriate rendering
style based on rendering annotations using the STYLE attribute of
the current element, rendering information in the STYLE element in
the document head, and linked style sheets. The specification of
the syntax and semantics for style notations is outside the scope
of this document."
Until the STYLE element is defined, nothing referring to it should
be supplied. This is a bit that can be retrofitted later, should we
agree on this model of providing style sheet information---something
we have not done, yet.
In the meantime it should be deleted.
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