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hide <certainty> content in XSL

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Jonathan Reeve

Description

We're encoding certainty like this:

<lb n="060004"/><said xml:id="060004-a" who="Cunningham">―Come on, Simon.
<certainty target="#060004-a" match="@who" locus="value" assertedValue="Power" degree="0.5">
    <desc>It's unclear here whether it's Cunningham or Power speaking.</desc>
</certainty>
</said>

...but this obviously shouldn't appear in the transformed HTML output.

Ideally, when displaying the dialogue tags for this, we'd have some kind of dotted line or something to indicate fuzziness.

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