I can guarantee you’ll do this at some point in your thesis. You’ll probably do it several times.
When trying to link paragraphs together, you’ll do something like this:
Furthermore, in addition to the aforementioned, it has additionally also be seen that howler monkeys display a statistically significant preference for yellow M&Ms over red.
Half the words in the sentence mean the same thing. Is it really so important to announce with such fanfare that you have more to say?
But it’s OK. It happens. You just need to edit as you go to cut out the redundant:
Howler monkeys have been seen to display a statistically significant preference for yellow M&Ms over red.
Much clearer, no?
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