Doublespeak, newspeak, reportspeak- The World Bank fights sentences with the word “and”.

George Orwell, passionate advocate for plain writing Using jargon instead of plain language, favouring big words when two short ones would be more appropriate, misuse of punctuation: since George Orwell wrote his essay “Plain English”, anyone who has had to sub-edit or proofread text has been aware of the cardinal sins of over-complicated English prose. […]

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