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Line 26991 ...ei LUJVO$_2$" versus "JVO$_1$bor$$JVO$_:

Note that the real issue is often at the end of the last line of real data *before* the line number I just reported; you should check there first.

Line 26991 ...ei LUJVO$_2$" versus "JVO$_1$bor$$JVO$_, +/- 5:

{\sffamily\bfseries jvokatna}\markboth{jvokatna}{jvokatna} $k_1$ separates affix compound $k_2$ into its constituent affixes $k_3$; $k_1$ does morphological analysis. \textemdash{} Cf. \{lujvo\}, \{katna\}, \{rafsi\}, \{lanli\}, \{rafske\}, \{genturfa'i\}

{\sffamily\bfseries jvomi'u}\markboth{jvomi'u}{jvomi'u} The lujvo $m_1=l_1$ (text) is an equivalent\slash{}interchangable lujvo form of lujvo $m_2=l_1$ (text). \textemdash{} This refers to the fact that Lojban's lujvo can have many forms, all of which are considered to be equal in meaning automatically. See The Lojban Reference Grammar, chapter 4, section 5: https:\slash{}\slash{}lojban.github.io\slash{}cll\slash{}4\slash{}5\slash{} Not to be confused with “synonymous” (\{selsmudu'i\}), which may apply to entirely different words. Cf. \{lujvo\}, \{mintu\}.

{\sffamily\bfseries jvopro}\markboth{jvopro}{jvopro} $x_1$ (quote) is a lujvo\slash{}compound word(s) form which conflicts with other lujvo $x_2$ (quote) according to rule $x_3$ in language $x_4$. \textemdash{} In Lojban, this is the case when two lujvo have different meanings\slash{}definitions but are identical in veljvo except possibly for the presence of "{zei}" (or similar) and the presence of grouping markers (which may be rendered unnecessary in some veljvo constructs but not in others, such as in "LUJVO$_1$ zei LUJVO$_2$" versus "JVO$_1$bor$$JVO$_2$"). See also: "{gimkamsmikezypro}".

{\sffamily\bfseries jvosmicme}\markboth{jvosmicme}{jvosmicme} $c_1$=$s_1$ (quoted word(s)) is a name of $c_2$ used by $c_3$ that morphologically [loose] evokes\slash{}is similar to\slash{}is Lojbanic lujvo $l_1$=$s_2$ (text; may be multiple words), similar in property\slash{}quality[\slash{}amount?] $s_3$ (ka\slash{}ni) \textemdash{} s3 will likely just be morphological structure. Strict jvocme are a subclass of jvosmicme.  The name must "look like" a (sequence of) lujvo (according to Lojban rules), but need not exactly follow the morphological requirements thereof (in particular, c1 may end with a consonant, in which case it is a \{jvocmeborvla\}). See also: \{jvocme\} (a specialization), \{jvocmeborvla\} (a specialization), \{brivlasmicme\} (a generalization); essentially synonymous with \{jvocmevla\}.

{\sffamily\bfseries jvotau}\markboth{jvotau}{jvotau} $x_1$ is the base-tanru \slash{} base-compound-phrase of lujvo \slash{} compound-word $x_2$ \textemdash{} lo jvotau = lo \{veljvo\}; only the place structure differs.

{\sffamily\bfseries jvotauborkra}\markboth{jvotauborkra}{jvotauborkra} $x_1=k_1=t_1=l_4$ is the metaphor behind the compound word $x_2=k_2=l_1$. \textemdash{} (The places: t2, t3, t4, t5 and l2, l3 are all dependent on t1 and l1, respectively, so they are all elided.) See \{tanru\}, \{lujvo\}, \{krasi\}.

Here's the end of the output from the PDF generation; this can be helpful in spotting errors. You can see the complete output by viewing the source of this page and searching for "with output:".

Underfull \hbox (badness 10000) in paragraph at lines 26969--26970
\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 individual/group/electrotechnology/thing $\OML/cm
m/m/it/10 x[]$ \TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 ac-

Underfull \hbox (badness 1092) in paragraph at lines 26969--26970
\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 cording to rule/IEC specification $\OML/cmm/m/it/
10 x[]$ \TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 published by/

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\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 plied to specific case/individual/group/body/obje

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\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 plied to specific case/individual/group/body/obje

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\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 designation/result/standard/code for topic $\OML/
cmm/m/it/10 x[]$ \TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 ap-

Underfull \hbox (badness 1796) in paragraph at lines 26975--26976
\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 plied to specific case/individual/group/body/obje
! Display math should end with $$.
l.26991 ...ei LUJVO$_2$" versus "JVO$_1$bor$$JVO$_
                                                  2$"). See also: "{gimkamsm...

! Emergency stop.
l.26991 ...ei LUJVO$_2$" versus "JVO$_1$bor$$JVO$_
                                                  2$"). See also: "{gimkamsm...

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Transcript written on vgrKF4vjDw.log.
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