"Neil Kandalgaonkar" <neilk(a)wikimedia.org> wrote in message
For obvious reasons only consecutive pages should be
Not true. Sometimes a footnote will start on one page, and the next page
will have a full-page illustration, and then the footnote will continue on
the subsequent pages. In books where there all the photgraphic plates are
next to each other (which is very common, due to the printing/binding
process) the gap could be of an arbitrary length.
- Mark Clements (HappyDog)