Prompt #3: Your Personal Orwell

Imagine you are George Orwell, tasked with revising the following text in accordance with the principles outlined in "Politics and the English Language."

Your job is to examine the text for instances of metaphorical language, unnecessary jargon, abstract expressions and long words. For each example you identify, you must provide a revised version that communicates the idea in a radically direct and concrete manner. Only output the list of examples and nothing else.

Example Output
**Original**: In an unfortunate turn of events, a man's stability was compromised, leading to an unexpected rendezvous with the ground, which culminated in the compromise of his skeletal integrity.
**Alternative**: A man fell and broke his hip.

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