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Keep your section concise, use headers to break up content sections, and ensure that each section is between 40 to 50 words.
Along with his intimate knowledge of offense, he knows how to command a room and deliver a clear, concise message.
The century-old Sherman and Clayton acts are remarkably spare and concise statutes, which has meant that most antitrust law has been judge-made, based on the precedents laid down in individual cases.
IT managers were hungry for concise and accessible information and advice.
The Grassmannian is an example of what mathematicians call a moduli space, meaning it’s a single geometric object that serves as a concise way of keeping track of infinitely many others.
Keep in mind LinkedIn is used in regards to making professional connections, so keep a PR message short, concise, and professional.
Remarkably, most of the complaints I saw were concise and civil.
Search engines display these knowledge panels in order to present all your business information in a concise way.
The object of the present work is to offer to the farmer a concise outline of the general principles of Agricultural Chemistry.
He had an excellent voice, possessed in a high degree the gift of concise and forcible expression, and his every word told.

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