What did you say? And what did you mean by it?
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Yes. Short for action; long for description. Short for assertions of fact or opinion. But when you need to explain why something happened in the way that it happened, or how two or more entities interact to cause a particular phenomenon, or what the royal bodyguard was thinking while the the assassination attempt was taking place, it may be necessary to resort to sentences with more adjectives, prepositional phrases and conditional subordinate clauses. It stands to reason.
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