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Seems connects the subject, a three-mile run , with additional information, that it's more arduous depending on the day and time.
1630s, "argument suitable for debate," singular form of "Topics" (1560s), the name of a work by Aristotle on logical and rhetorical generalities, from Latin Topica , from Greek Ta Topika , literally "matters concerning topoi ," from topoi "commonplaces," neuter plural of topikos "commonplace, of a place," from topos "place" (see topos ). The meaning "matter treated in speech or writing, subject, theme" is first recorded 1720.
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The main sentence in a paragraph , often the first sentence. It briefly conveys the essential idea of the paragraph.
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