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 		<p class="topicStatus">[This topic is part of the alpha version documentation and is subject to change in future releases. Blank topics are included as placeholders.]</p>
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			<p class="TopicBlock">A property is an user-defined keyword that extends 
			the definition of a model element (e.g. packages, classes, attributes, methods...) with some useful annotations.</p>
			<p class="TopicBlock">Like an UML tagged value, a property-value pair may be attached to any model element.</p>
			<p class="topicQuote">There is no predefined properties in EntierStudio</p>
			<p class="TopicBlock">A property may be one of these five kinds :</p>
			<p class="TopicBlock">These names are only for convenience. They do not refer to distinct behaviours.</p>
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