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June 13, 2006

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Jeremy

In college, we learned a similar trick, but my professor called it the "A->B. B->C." test. He suggested testing for this pattern in your prose after the draft was complete. Doing so ensures that each sentence is (a) important and (b) connected to the surrounding sentences.

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