This behaves surprisingly:

! a b
! c d
((a b (c d)))

it seems $ consumes the following newline, resulting in same parsing as if
I wrote

$ a b
   c d

Is this deliberate?
Since "a b" is on a child line, I'd it to parse in the same manner as "c
d", resulting in ((a b) (c d)).

[I'm asking this because if it's 'fixed, my
closing-SUBLIST-by-unmatched-dedent would allow:

let $
! ! x $ compute 'x
! ! y $ compute 'y
! body...
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