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the article by orwell is very informative and helpful.i appreciate not just this one but every article sent by you.its simply superb.

The main thing I took from Orwell's essay is: you cannot think clearly while you are using sloppy language. I wish I'd read it back in the Air Force, when I was regularly told to rewrite my reports by using passive voice and introducing vagueness. I was told that this way, they would "sound more professional".

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