I am using some browser named Silk (never heard of it from anywhere else) that comes with the Kindle Fire. Most things work just fine with it, but if there is spotty support for CSS3 line-breaking in other mobile browsers, then I would not be surprised if it had spotty support for it as well.
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Unlike most other tags, the gloss tags are parsed in a fully recursive and CFG-complete manner, i.e. you can nest them forever and they'll still translate correctly. As a general rule, though, because of how they're centred on the line, you can't reallyinterleave them well with normal text.