I always wonder whether the sentences which contain multiple *in*s are proper / a good practice. For example,
Edit Ok. May be it was a bad example. Sorry about that. But it's a real question.
I meant to refer to spoken/written sentences which contain fragments like below (* is a noun phrase).
in * in * in *
For ex. (Courtesy @fluently)
I'll look at this issue in closer detail in 15 minutes in my bedroom in the other wing of the inn.
He studies in the Stephen college in New City in Canada.
Doesn't it look odd? Any better alternatives?