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    The <acronym> Element Is for Acronym Use

    The <acronym> element allows you to indicate that the text between an opening <acronym> and closing
    </acronym> tags is an acronym


    When possible use a title attribute whose value is the full version of the acronyms on the <acronym>
    element, and if the acronym is in a different language, include an xml:lang attribute in XHTML documents
    (or a lang attribute in HTML documents).

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