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"Cley Faye":

is in a straightforward XML file which is as "plaintext" as an RTF file. In fact,
it's easier to strip the extra tags out of an XML file

Sure. Now tell us what {urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:office:1.0}binary-data element is for, and what kind of 'plaintext' it does contain.

heavily documented in case of
ODT, that put a clear separation between content and format

Really? And where, for example, this element is 'documented'?

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