50 Newmarket 1pt win at 11-1 with BoyleSports (10-1 Coral and Hills) Wordiness
It was clever, inventive and incredibly polished given its wordiness
, but it only raised smiles and chuckles rather than belly laughs.
Very fine actors like Ganz and Carriere do what they can do, but audibly struggle with the English; other, lesser non-English thesps drown in the script's wordiness
And it's not, as people have simplistically asserted, just a case of art school clever-dicks impressing with wordiness
while Oasis appeal directly to the emotions.
and awkward phrasing also damage this passage: "linked Dallas to oil in much the same way that" (that should be as).
As a whole, Skwara's poems exhibit an interplay between these two components, avoiding wordiness
at the one extreme, empty language at the other.
In contrast, I'm pretty sure Wordiness
is going to improve for the extra distance and he couldn't have won any more easily at Newbury last time.
the problems included everything from typos and misspellings to poor punctuation, lengthy sentences, wordiness
, poor word choices, stodgy phrases, inappropriate salutations and closings, hedging, poor organization, and lack of persuasiveness.
Least successful is Portia de Rossi, all hair-tossing and impossibly erudite wordiness
in the grating role of a delusional sociopathic masseuse who steals her clients' energy.
One of the media writer's most critical tasks - yet a relatively easy one - is cutting wordiness
In the other large prose piece, "Ivan and Danilo," one excerpt in particular shows the primacy of wise silence over self-deluding and "clear-cut" wordiness
Similarly today, top technical firms are not likely to spend payroll bucks to attain even more wordiness