There appears to be no context rule that can detect whether an element has 
children - {last} and {notlast} refers to siblings. This is giving me some 
headaches in controlling the vertical spacing in lists that include a run-on 
paragraph in the last list element: the {last} rule is obeyed, even though - 
from a visual point of view - the list element is not the last element in the 
list. (The design call for more space below the list than between list items.) 

Is there a solution to this, or do I have to completely revise my list 
formatting so that there is no need to detect whether or not an element is the 
last list element?

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