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I mean…


OK, let me try to put something more meaningfull here.
I like the ol/li/cite/q example. It’s semantics put into good use, and that should be more than enough for marking up a dialog and do crazy styling stuff.

Just one minor detail:
In the dl/dt/dd example, the colons after the speaker name are “floating” in the void (well, the dl, to be fair). They are outside both dt and dd. That let us with another +1 for the ol/li/cite/q example, as the colon, at least, is not “floating” in the void.