Long sentences of about 30 words or more may:
(a) be used to emphasize contents.
(b) never be used.
(c) be used sparingly to subordinate the less important information.
(d) be used freely to impress certain readers.
(e) be used when one wishes to economize on the words used
I'd go with "B" because every technical writing manual focuses on being precise with language. The writing critic, William Zinsser, said, "people become so ...
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