Avoid unnecessary repetition of words
Though some words may be repeated deliberately for effect, repetitions will seem awkward if they are clearly unnecesary. When a shorter, more concise form is possible, always choose it and use it.
Try to be economical with words:
(George Orwell, 'Politics and the English language')
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