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This is expected. Rule RDFS10 in the following W3C SPEC dictates that behavior.
If you don't like (or want) this rule, then you can disable it.
There are a few other rules you may want to disable (turn off).
'RDFS12-, RDFS4A-, RDFS4B-, RDFS6-, RDFS8-, RDFS10-, RDFS13-'
Thanks. I knew it was something simple.