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--- Comment #1 from ✓ <> 2010-09-05 13:44:50 UTC ---
In my opinion this is OK. Through this you can choose whether you want a <p> or
not. So when you have infoboxes with a possibility of list-paramters, you can
check ([[:de:Template:Str left]]) the first char of you Parameter and then
provide a tablerow with a p next to an ul, or just the raw #PCDATA.

Otherwise the layout (no element and p/ul have different top-margins) cant be
controlled that easy.

BTW: As referring to, p in
td is allowed, more: #PCDATA is not!

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