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Too short pants cut the visual line in a choppy way that is not attractive.
She well described the plot and how she liked it without sounding simple or choppy.
E cut the motor and let the boat drift the last few feet toward shore, rocking slightly on the choppy water.
The editing is usually so choppy that you can't see the choreography, if there is any.
What may be crystal clear and comparable to the quality of the human eye to some, may be blurred and choppy to another.
Her trip by boat through choppy waters left her drenched.
The phone also has a camcorder but video is often choppy and there's a conspicuous lack of editing tools.
It was a bit choppy at times, but proved it could handle the traffic throughout the event.
It was better, he said, to be on a big ship when the waters got choppy.
Better and quicker information will help the smartest bankers to steer their firms more safely through choppy markets.
Even if it's grey, the choppy waves can be quite mesmerising.
Of course, a little human kindness comes in short supply when things get choppy.
Their sleep is less deep and more choppy than sleep in younger people.
It was built on a former landfill, however, and the ground shifts and the course can be choppy.
It also suffers from a choppy ride, long stopping distances, and pronounced road noise.
It also said its brakes took too long to stop the car and that the ride was choppy.
The island's east side is unpopulated, with white beaches and rough, choppy sea.
Creatively the show misfired left and right, and then the writers strike cut the choppy season short.
Bay waters slightly choppy increasing to choppy after midnight.
As with sentence length, if all paragraphs are the same size your writing will be choppy.
Lake waters choppy increasing to rough after midnight.
Protected waters a light to moderate chop increasing to choppy in the late evening and overnight.
The movie may be choppy for the first run but once cached, should run smoothly.
In moderately rough or choppy water, skimmers tend to recover more water than oil.
Sudden wind shifts, lightning flashes and choppy water all can mean a storm is brewing.
Brisk winds and choppy seas at the grounding site combined to rapidly disperse the oil slick and no recovery was attempted.

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