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Default Chapter 3 (Fig 3-23) - Box model margins

In this example, why does the margins for the b and em elements only apply horizontally?

What happened to the vertical margins? I would have expected there to be 23px between the border of the <b>box<b> and <em>contain<em> to the containing <p>.





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