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I certainly agree with Mark. Not much to add. But always remember POV. Who's telling the story? "Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world." - a

Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world.

A valid opinion if youyour narrator is a love-struck high-school boy.

And, for me, "relative" description are far better than specific facts. "Mr Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4". Is

Mr. Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4

That is a rather bland statement of fact.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrapping the scarf around her husband's neck and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheek.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrappingThis conveys the scarf around her husband's neck and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheekrequired information without pausing the story.

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I certainly agree with Mark. Not much to add. But always remember POV. Who's telling the story? "Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world." - a valid opinion if you narrator is a love-struck high-school boy.

And, for me, "relative" description are far better than specific facts. "Mr Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4". Is a rather bland statement of fact.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrapping the scarf around her husband's neck and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheek.

  • Conveys the required information with pausing the story.

I certainly agree with Mark. Not much to add. But always remember POV. Who's telling the story?

Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world.

A valid opinion if your narrator is a love-struck high-school boy.

And, for me, "relative" description are far better than specific facts.

Mr. Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4

That is a rather bland statement of fact.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrapping the scarf around her husband's neck and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheek.

This conveys the required information without pausing the story.

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I certainly agree with Mark. Not much to add. But always remember POV. Who's telling the story? "Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world." - a valid opinion if you narrator is a love-struck high-school boy.

And, for me, "relative" description are far better than specific facts. "Mr Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4". Is a rather bland statement of fact.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrapping the scarf around her husband's cheekneck and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheek.

  • Conveys the required information with pausing the story.

I certainly agree with Mark. Not much to add. But always remember POV. Who's telling the story? "Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world." - a valid opinion if you narrator is a love-struck high-school boy.

And, for me, "relative" description are far better than specific facts. "Mr Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4". Is a rather bland statement of fact.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrapping the scarf around her husband's cheek and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheek.

  • Conveys the required information with pausing the story.

I certainly agree with Mark. Not much to add. But always remember POV. Who's telling the story? "Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world." - a valid opinion if you narrator is a love-struck high-school boy.

And, for me, "relative" description are far better than specific facts. "Mr Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4". Is a rather bland statement of fact.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrapping the scarf around her husband's neck and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheek.

  • Conveys the required information with pausing the story.
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I certainly agree with Mark. Not much to add. But always remember POV. Who's telling the story? "Without a doubt Emma Richards was the most beautiful girl in the world." - a valid opinion if you narrator is a love-struck high-school boy.

And, for me, "relative" description are far better than specific facts. "Mr Roberts was 6'2" but his wife was only 5'4". Is a rather bland statement of fact.

"You don't want to be late on your first day," said Mrs Roberts, wrapping the scarf around her husband's cheek and standing on tip-toes to kiss his cheek.

  • Conveys the required information with pausing the story.