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Your english quote style swarms with \itshapes that catch everything but the opening quotation mark. This is bizarre, and it's also making the conditionals you use redundant. I'm probably missing some point about your use case. However, here is some leaner code that solves your problem: \usepackage[autostyle,maxlevel=3]{csquotes} ...

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Original solution Here is a solution using enumitem and enumerate environments. Not sure wether it's really wath you asked for, since you mentioned a numbering of sections. However, with this solution, all your regularly numbered items must be in a (first level) enumerate environment, and when you need bis, ter, etc, then you can use a nested enumerate ...

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Here's a semiautomatic version, where you have to add the suffix by hand. \documentclass{article} \makeatletter \newcommand{\numpar}[1][]{% \par\addvspace{\medskipamount}% \if\relax\detokenize{#1}\relax \refstepcounter{numpar}% \def\thisnumpar{\thenumpar}% \else \edef\@currentlabel{\thenumpar\noexpand~#1}% ...

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