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I think you need to join them into a single step, or else there is a risk that the user will do the first step without paying attention to the indicator arm, and may thus hold the input vane open too long. And I presume that there is a third step here, which is to close the input vane when the indicator arm reaches the set value. You definitely need to ...


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Try gong deeper in the pov: 1rst person: Where was everyone? Had they all gone to a safe place that nobody told me about? I stared at my hands. Did anything in this world really belong to me? No, nothing did everything had turned to dust. Boyfriends and friends they possessed and accompanied me but nothing substantial. I sat down, and looked back at the ...


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It sounds like you're sick of the 'nut graf'. Broadly speaking, it's a paragraph explaining why the topic is worthwhile. Writers are often trained to use it. It answers the question 'Why should anyone care about this article?' That's potentially useful for a reader who happens on the article while browsing. But in your case, you're specifically hunting for ...


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I've noticed that too. I'm certain it's because the first paragraph becomes the excerpt in Facebook (or LinkedIn or wherever). And because there's no useful information in the excerpt you're forced to click through to see the rest of the article. It's all about the clicks. All about the money.


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Short Chapters are used to keep the suspense in not that far of a reach for some books or maybe so that all books that are short chaptered have a really good story line.



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