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If you want non-floating wrapfig environments but you don't want the figures to ever extend off the bottom of the page then than means you sometimes have to have a page break before the start of the paragraph. You can do this automatically by defining a command (in the preamble) that stores the figure content in a savebox, tests the height of the box, then ...


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A conceptually easier approach is to put the text into a minipage and manually break it. \nopar ends a paragraph without making it look like the end of a paragraph. The advantage is that you can include equations and other non-\baselineskip type fields without messing things up. Just put everything into the minipage until you are ready to place the \nopar....


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You can use the generic code in insbox.tex for this. Note that somehow insbox does fail badly in the solution environment if you add an additional paragraph after the first (because its calculation of how much space is still required fails). For that you can use \restoreinsbox (but only if your paragraph starts after the insertion). I didn't create anything ...


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