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The Craft of Research
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Read: 2017-04-18
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  1. Look at the first six or seven words of every sentence.

  2. Be certain that each opens with information that your readers will find familiar, easy to understand (usually words used before).

  3. Put close to the ends of your sentences any information that your readers will find new, complex, harder to under- stand.

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