- n. Plural form of paragraph.
“You’re right-it might be interesting to share and read what others consider their favorite first lines or lead in paragraphs from a short story.”
“Take special (oops, I said I wouldn't use that word anymore, didn't I?) note of the language in paragraphs 2 (written by CNN) and 4 (a quote from Palin's own spokesperson).”
“Lewis: Unfortunately, I don't have time to give you a proper, nuanced response, so will point you, for the moment, to two paragraphs from the Catechism of the Catholic Church:”
“I found the immediate proximity of these two paragraphs from the Times piece a helpful exercise in Post V2 cause-and-effect mathematics:”
“Bachmann (R-Minn.) goes on to cut and paste a full seven paragraphs from the GOP talking points.”
“So I typed a couple of paragraphs from the novel into my computer and ran the Word spelling and grammar checker, which gives you the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Statistics at the bottom.”
“It results in paragraphs constructed in the following manner:”
“The key facts reported appear in paragraphs four and five (after a back-in lead humanizing the statistics):”
“The function of your first paragraphs is to be a bridge for the reader from your headline to your main content.”
“The reason I outline chapters initially with paragraphs is that if I get stuck I can move past it and go back to it.”
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