if a paragraph is set to align=block the space between words can be stretched.

If eg. a japanese word is mentioned in such a paragraph the space between the 
japanes characters gets spaced/stretched too (see example attached).

This may be right for japanese texts, but it is wrong if the main/surrounding 
language is not japanese (and thus no additional space between characters is 

What is an easy way to avoid this? 
\definestartstop [Japaned] [commands={\language[jp]\DoNotSpace}]??


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