If you must, interrupt with only a single word or short phrase.
Keep introductory clauses and phrases short.
Keep subjects short.
Create coordinated structures after short subjects.
Avoid tacking a clause or phrase of any kind onto another just like
it, and especially avoid tacking on a third one.
Elegant: Create balanced and parallel phrases and clauses
after the subject; in those phrases and clauses, echo one another's
sounds, structures and ideas.
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Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace
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