The following example illustrates the use of sh:qualifiedValueShapesDisjoint to express that a hand must have at most 5 values of ex:property (expressed using sh:maxCount), and exactly one of them must be an instance of ex:Thumb while exactly 4 of them must be an instance of ex:Finger but thumbs and fingers must be disjoint. In other words, on a hand, none of the fingers can also be counted as the thumb.
Oops, yes. I need to record this for the errata. This is a W3C
doc that I cannot simply change. Thankfully it is just an informal
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