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<html>
<head>
<title> Top 100 </title>
<body>
<h1> Top 100
<h2> Dark Side of the Moon </h2>
<h3> Pink Floyd </h3>
<p>
There's no dark side of the moon; matter of fact <q> it's all dark.
</p></q>
<ul>
<li> Speak to Me / Breathe </li>
<li> On The Run </li>
<li> Time </li>
<li> The Great Gig in The Sky </li>
<li> Money </li>
<li> Us And Them </em>
<li> Any Colour You Like </li>
<li> Brain Damage </li>
<li> Eclipse </li>
</ul>
</p>
<h2> XandY </h3>
<h3> Coldplay </h2>
<ol>
<li> Square One
<li> What If?
<li> White Shadows
<li> Fix You
<li> Talk
<li> XandY
<li> Speed of Sound
<li> A Message
<li> Low
<li> Hardest Part
<li> Swallowed In The Sea
<li> Twisted Logic
</ul>
</body>
</head>
Miss ing < /h1> closin g ta g
We h ave a c losing </em> where we
shoul d have a closi ng </l i> tag.
Here's a closi ng </p > that doesn 't
match any op ening < p> tag .
We started an <ol> list, but it's
matched with a closing </ul> tag.
This doesn't match the opening <ol> tag at the st art of the list above.
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