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    William GalvanApr 14, 2020 at 5:53 pm

    As a practicing writer, I have always adopted an instinctive logic it
    felt natural to focus on the topic -> come up with ideas/answers -put it
    on paper. Yet, nothing can save me when I was writing concerning thermodynamics, as an example, that, as
    you can imagine, isn’t my primary field of expertise.

    Anyway, I took some Terrific tips in the writing style,
    thanks for that:slightly_smiling_face:

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    Ronald HooperMar 29, 2020 at 5:57 pm

    I didn’t have any expectations concerning that title,
    but the more I was astonished. The author did a terrific job, he reminded me about the writer that wrote this I spent a few minutes reading
    and checking the facts. Everything is very clear and understandable.
    I enjoy posts that fill in your knowledge gaps.
    This one is of the sort. Moreover, I like how the author organized his thoughts as well as the visual

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