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These wordier contributions alternated with quieter, more physical presentations, such as Klunchun's sculptural excerpts of Thai royal dance, Hu's meditative tai chi sequences, or Senter's back catalogue as a dancer for Trisha Brown (and authorized instructor of Rainer's Trio A, 1966).
The tone of the writing is calm and reflective, but Burnside occasionally lapses into sentences that are wordier and more formal than needed.
The latter becomes wordier in this English translation, but in spite of Bloch's Victorianisms, the writing style remains much better than most contemporary academic prose.
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The Tukey's test results indicated that the print stories in People were wordier than the web stories on people.
Getting back into the wordier art form is not only a big challenge, but far scarier on stage .
A more precise statement of the Federal Circuit's new, wordier test is:
The study's per-decade-average scores show, however, that after a decline in the 1970s, briefs filed in the New York Court of Appeals have been getting wordier since the late 1980s.
She followed it up with a somewhat wordier though no less disheartening comment:
The data we give them is generally a lot wordier than the 140-character limit they have to use, so they have to find ways of compressing it.
But its terse assertiveness comes at the cost of the modesty of King's wordier original statement, "If you want to say that I was a drum major, say that I was a drum major for justice.