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The most common text element, used in almost all texts around the Internet, is a ParagraphOfText. It usually features words, of which some may require TextEmphasis.

As wikis are hypertext environments, they will usually need a way to mark InternalLinks and, as they do not exist in vacuum, also ExternalLinks.

It's often helpful to structure the pages using HeadingText and HorizontalLines, as well as NumberedLists and BulletLists, even if their overuse may be considered BadStyle.

For technical reasons, it's good to have a way to EscapeMarkup, or even include whole blocks of PreformattedText.

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