The precision, as well as the concision
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It was the age of sitting down in a study, smoking a pipe and reflecting on life with big words and no thoughts of a sub-editor's need for concision
I don't suppose I'll ever read the book again, but many elements of the movie repay repeated exposure, from Elmer Bernstein's superb score to Horton Foote's screenplay, a model of concision
and concinnity from which extraneous characters in the novel (such as annoying Aunt Alexandra) are wisely excised.
The task of concision
in any of these six founding fathers' lives would be a daunting task, yet Fleming has achieved its demands without sacrificing the subtle qualifications that dot any person's biography.
His biographical notes similarly show flair and concision
(although lacking sourcing).
While a lengthier narrative would have allowed broader arcs and brought the storylines of the minor characters to completion, Indignation gathers strength in its efficiency and concision
Yet to medievalists worrying the historical and analytical differences between "heresy" and "orthodoxy," Beguins offer what Burnham characterizes with apt concision
as their "fundamental problematic .
Although a concise sentence is without needless words, it is difficult to define concision
more precisely There are, however, some principles that facilitate revision.
I'm struck by the disparity between the aggressive concision
of Sanchez's visual work and the spiraling discourse surrounding it.
There is no curmudgeonly backlash in Zaid's essays, only the wisdom and concision
of a literary culture well examined, in various Western languages.
This organization adds to the concision
and clarity of the book and works well with Heil's attempt to present ideas in an unpretentious manner.