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almost 3 years ago
"The bones are finished, don't forget to flesh them out." When someone asked me to write a letter for them, I first got a basic understanding of the purpose of the letter to be sent, then wrote it accordingly. As I did not have the specific names of people mentioned in the document, or the name and address to where it was to be sent and other specifics, I left spaces for these to be filled in later. I wrote the above statement in the email that I attached the letter to. This saying meant that I have written the main information of the letter, but I omitted some details and for the letter to be considered finished, the missing details needed to be added, just as a body is not a body unless it is bones and flesh.

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