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Operators of the shopping-restaurant complex at the mouth of the harbor are are working on a rejuvenation project they hope could draw more local residents to the out-of-the-way location.
I could, however, wish for a prose style a little less influenced by theory - especially as regards Boehrer's fondness for out-of-the-way polysyllabic words.
I savored the luxury of sinking into a fairy-tale landscape, safe and secure in the knowledge that however bleak and unfair the fates of the delightful sisters, Elinor and Marianne, two Prince Charmings, worthy of their grace and virtue, would inevitably appear at their out-of-the-way cottage, in their out-of-the-way village, to save them.