I believe I am 100% accurate about typemarking.
I am not trying to get into an argument with you. Markup for composition is an area I am very familiar with and have a great deal of experience in. However, the term "typemarking" appears (from what I can determine) to have a more restricted meaning, and in the context of Carol's original question, I suspect (although I cannot prove) that my interpretation is closer to what is required.
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