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How can I create a full indent in Latex?

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In Latex, within a Remark command - as distinct from a default setting, the following forces an indent of 12pt for the first line of the content of an item description.

\newcounter{myenum}
\newenvironment{myenumerate}{\setcounter{myenum}{1}\def\item{\par\hspace{12pt}{(%\sf %
      \roman{myenum})\;}\stepcounter{myenum}}}{\newline}

But I want a proper indent of 12pt for all lines of the item description.
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