Reminder 14 of Strunk and White's The Elements of Style. "Do not be tempted to use a twenty-dollar word when a ten-center is handy" (76). Strunk and White tell us, for example, to use the word gut before intestine, and not to be afraid to break classical rules--to split an infinitive or end a sentence with preposition--if it sounds better that way.

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