15.3c Ellipsis ending a paragraph or indented as a paragraph.

Since the ellipsis is treated in all respects as a word, where it ends a paragraph and there is not room for it on the line with the other text, it may appear on the following braille line by itself.

If, in the middle of a passage consisting of several paragraphs, the omission of an entire paragraph is indicated by an ellipsis, the ellipsis should be indented as a new paragraph.

If more than one paragraph is printed in italics, an opening italic sign, as explained in 15.1i, precedes each paragraph. If an omitted paragraph within such a passage is indicated by an ellipsis, do not italicize the ellipsis in braille.