troubleshooting Question

Accessing specific element - DOM PHP HTML

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I am using the simple html DOM with PHP 7.0.

If i need to get at the pClassLarge value but set variable for each one, how would I do this??

<div class="outerClass"><p class="pClassTop">Subject One</p><p class="pClassLarge">I need this!!</p></div>
<div class="outerClass"><p class="pClassTop">Subject Two</p><p class="pClassLarge">I also need this value!!</p></div>
<div class="outerClass"><p class="pClassTop">Subject Three</p><p class="pClassLarge">And lastly this one too!!</p></div>

This code below is totally wrong, but I'm trying to express my intentions... Each pClassTop is  a different header and each pClassLarge within is a different value but I need to be sure I am isolating them.

$var1=(the value for pClassLarge within the pClass top IF <p>Subject One</p>);
$var2=(the value for pClassLarge within the pClass top IF <p>Subject Two</p>);
$var3=(the value for pClassLarge within the pClass top IF <p>Subject Three</p>);

Please excuse the rough code for the variables, as I have no idea where to begin, so I'm just trying to show the concept for now.  I am able to isolate by class, but then I'm just left with a bunch of digits that I have no idea what they belong to, so I need to set the variables for pClassLarge based on the subject contained within the pClassTop.
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