Novel cancer

Novel cancer, also known as novel carcinoma, is a malignant literature tumor characterized by uncontrolled sentence growth in a novel. This growth can spread beyond the novel by the process of metastasis into other works of the author. Most cancers that start in a novel, known as primary novel cancers, are page carcinomas. The two main types are long-sentence novel carcinoma (LSNC) and nested-sentence novel carcinoma (NSNC). The most common symptoms are very long or complicated sentences (including many adjectives), a loss of profoundness, and reading pains.

 

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