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> Avoid commas, that are not necessary. > If you reread your work, you will find on rereading that a great deal of repetition can be avoided by rereading and editing. > One likely will not have needed the future perfect in one's entire life.
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* Connection: This option lets you find connections between two words, concepts, or people, even those that seem unrelated. Try entering a concept into each of the boxes in the first section, select some relations to allow, select the Connection function, and hit Submit Query. * Show related: This option shows you how a certain word is related to various other words in the dictionary. You only need to enter a word into the first box to use this option. * Show reachable: This option shows you words that are more distantly related to the first word. You can specify how distant by typing a different number into the box next to the Show reachable option. * Intersection: For this option you must enter two words. It finds words that are related to both. You can control how deeply the program searches for commonalities by typing a different number into the box next to the Show reachable option. * Rhyme coercion: If you're writing rhymed poetry, try entering two words that you wish to rhyme. Using the Rhyme coercion you can find words related to each words, respectively, that rhyme or sound alike. * Spell check and Substring: These options let you find words in the database that you don't know how to spell. The Spell check option finds words that are spelled similarly to the first word. The Substring option finds words that contain the first word."
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