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Readers expect economy of expression. Descriptive writing is appropriate in a novel; wordiness is overlooked in personal letters. But the language of business documents should be as concise as you can make it. The reader is justifiably impatient with on two separate and distinct occasions, when all the writer means is "twice"; the reader is right to snort with exasperation when he must hack his way through performed a thorough and complete investigation of. He could have leapt nimbly over thoroughly investigated.

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