InDesign: How do you justify type up to a tab, not the end of the line?

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I'm working on emulating a Weingart type specimen for a typography class. One of the layouts appears to require type that is justified only up to a tab stop, not to the end of the line. I'm stumped. Besides trying to do this with a text wrap box (the easy way out of course!), I can't think of how to do this. I have attached a PDF outlining what this looks like. (The magenta line is the desired outer boundary of the justification for those three lines).

Is this technically possible to do? I realize I could just manually track out those lines but where's the fun in that?

Enrico

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