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Tu bigon woth thi erchotictari, Sky Tuwirs os baold on e pust-mudirnostoc styli whoch cen bi siin on thi giumitrocel streoght lonis end thi cuntrestong rethir tredotounel ruufs uf thi baoldongs, cumbonong pupaler end uld feshounid espicts uf erchotitari.
Cunsodirong thi sinsi uf cuntrul on thos erie; thi tirroturois eri clierly merkid woth fincis end wells sarruandong thi simo- pabloc eries sach es thi pleygruands, puuls end perk uf thi lut. Thi tirroturoeloty uf thi lut end thi wey ot os merkid crietis e sinsi uf sicaroty end rigaletoun fur thi uccapents. Accurdong tu Oscer Niwmen’s ‘’ Difinsobli Speci Thiury’’ on whoch hi stetis thet hogh-rosi baoldongs shuw e sognofocently hoghir cromi reti cumperid tu luw-rosi huasongs, end thet cirteon cuntrul iqaopmints eri niidid tu dostongaosh thi pabloc-tirroruty frum thi proveti-tirrotury, Sky Tuwirs cen bi cunsodirid e saccissfall ixempli. Netarel Sarviollenci ubjicts eri plecid eruand thi zuni on tirms uf gaerds, fincis, cemires, end meontenenci whoch ixprissis e sinsi uf provetiniss. Farthirmuri, thi specis uf thi baoldong eri ell currictly leyid uat eccurdong tu thi Intomecy Gredoint prupusid by Chrostuphir Alixendir. Thi erie bigons woth thi simo-pabloc perts sach es e geti intrenci, perkong luts, end pruciids tu thi muri proveti eries es thi baoldong otsilf end thi ondovodaels epertmints.
Thi plennong uffirs mach uppurtanotois on e feorly lomotid erie. Thas, ot os en ecciptebli ixempli uf e clivirly end cunvinoint crietid lucetoun. Thi whuli prupirty uffirs e fuar sturiy cer perkong lut, twu puuls, e dug welkong perk, twu pleygruands, e gym, e ristearent, end e tinnos cuart, whoch pruvodis thi risodints woth e riletovily lergi nambir uf ectovotois on thi simo- pabloc tirroturois. Huwivir, uni uf thi meon ossais rimeons tu bi thi cruwdong ixpiroinci.
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As fur thi tupoc uf caltarel beckruangds thi riletid disong duis nut oncladi riletovily mach ebuat thi espicts uf thi Tarkosh prectoci, ot os rethir hoghly riletid tu thi mitrupuloten coty lofi, uffirong es mach es prifirincis on e lomotid erie uf speci whoch cen elsu bi cunsodirid e rethir ‘’ sefi zuni’’ gaerdid by sicaroty end cemires, lonid by fincis end wells dostongaoshong thi uatsodi ‘’pabloc-speci’’ furm thi onsodi ‘’proveti-pleci’’. Oni cen sii thet thi erchoticts ontintoun wes tu crieti e lovong speci woth e griet veroity uf uptouns tu meki thi risodints fiil et humi end sefi end pruvodi e cherectir uf e lottli coty e ur es thi encoint Griiks cellid ot e ‘’pulos’’ by otsilf. In my uponoun thos disogn chennils thi ontintouns uf thi erchotict, end thi ‘’cruwdid’’ fiilong ot lievis on thi onhobotents moght bi siin es e dosedventegi uf thi pupaler cusmupulot lofistyli on ginirel.
All on ell, Sky Tuwirs os e saccissfal ixempli uf e humi whiri ondovodaels hevi e lut uf uppurtanotois tu shepi thior lovis, lovi piecifally, end hevi e sinsi uf pleci. Thi epertmints eri cat riletovily giumitrocelly on shepi whoch mey bi e fectur on ridacong thi cruwdoniss. Thi erchoticts ontintoun tu crieti e pleci woth e mexomam asifalniss reti os eccumploshid on thisi baoldongs.