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A -> hasBody -> B -> hasType -> X
but instead doing:
A -> X -> B
rdf:type is an
that is used to state that
a resource is an instance of a class.
A triple of the form:
R rdf:type C
states that C is an instance of
and R is an instance of C.
rdf:type is rdfs:Resource.
of rdf:type is
Any class is technically valid, although of course the ones that
will make sense will be ones that describe resource types, like
the DC type vocabulary, or the product ontology. I admit that
this stuff is hard to wrap ones head around.
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