Ah, well in that case perhaps what you should be contemplating is creating
a glossary document and then adding a <LINK> to your regular document, along
the lines of:
<LINK href="my-glossary-document" rel="UseGlossary">
An HTML3 browser is supposed to use this to try to resolve glossary queries
in the document. The reader makes glossary queries by, for example, double
clicking on a word, or selecting a word with a pointer drag and then applying
a glossary action from a pulldown menu to the selected word.
You could then use the <DFN> tag to semantically mark the words that actually
appear in the glossary, so that the reader would know which words a glossary
query would succeed for.
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