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Rewrite the following sentences using vivid adjectives and avoiding slang and nonstandard English.

It was a fine day. A nice breeze was blowing. Birds were making a noise in the tree. Flowers grew by the grass.

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    It was a glorious day.

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    It was a fine day. A nice breeze was blowing. Birds were making a noise in the tree. Flowers grew by the grass.

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