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answered When to use “this” or “that”?
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answered “Rush-hour” OR “Rush-hours”?
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accepted Do I need a determining pronoun if it can be implied?
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comment Do I need a determining pronoun if it can be implied?
Don't underestimate over-thinking :D.
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asked Do I need a determining pronoun if it can be implied?
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accepted Help formulating: an object is held on the forearm, leaning against the breast
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revised Help formulating: an object is held on the forearm, leaning against the breast
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comment Help formulating: an object is held on the forearm, leaning against the breast
Actually that sounds better, thank you :). You read my mind: I would prefer to use breast in a more affectionate context. This is, after all, an object (at least at this point in the story).
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revised Help formulating: an object is held on the forearm, leaning against the breast
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comment Help formulating: an object is held on the forearm, leaning against the breast
Right! Cradled sounds much better, thanks! How does it look now? :). I edited.
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revised Help formulating: an object is held on the forearm, leaning against the breast
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asked Help formulating: an object is held on the forearm, leaning against the breast
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