`syntax?` is #t no matter what.
`syntax-source-module` is close, but according to the docs, it can still be
#f even if the syntax object has a lexical context.
I considered this:
(define (no-lexical-context? stx)
(equal? stx (strip-context stx)))
But `equal?` doesn't work here. (Side question: does `equal?` ever return
#t for syntax objects, other than the trivial case of `(equal? stx stx)`?)
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