I'll get directly into the question.

When I do something like:

 >! (Some text)
 >!
 >! (Some other text)

It appears as:

(Some text) (Some text)

How would I get these to appear on separate lines?

I have tried incorporating $$$$, but then the text just becomes too far apart in terms of spacing, especially when dealing with numbers. For example:

 >! $\frac 12$ vs $\frac 11$ 
 >! $$$$
 >! (Some text)
 >! $$$$
 >! $\frac 12$ vs $\frac 11$

produces:

$\frac 12$ vs $\frac 11$ $$$$ (Some text) $$$$ $\frac 12$ vs $\frac 11$

Is there an efficient technique to deal with the problem of text not appearing in separate lines?

You can see how I did this below. Note that there is no use of mathjax or some other side-channel approach.

>! This is a line.  
>!  
>! This is another line.

This is a line.

This is another line.

Take careful notice the pairs of spaces at the end of lines, which is quite important.

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    This is useful also in other contexts here. A line ending with two spaces is a "forced" line ending. – GEdgar Feb 25 at 12:34

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