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Is this too much of a mouthfull?

“Mr. Nuttel, you may wonder why we keep that window open on such a cold October day,” she said, motioning toward a large, French window that opened on to a green, pristinely manicured lawn.

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    I don't think so. It includes the statement plus the reason for that statement. The only suggestion I have is to correct the spelling to "onto" (one word).

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