I just numbered the questions my draft grant proposal proposes to answer, and found that I have 19 questions! This is far too many, unless I'm asking for a zillion dollars, and I know I don't have the skills to administer that big a project.
But some of the questions are much more important and much more substantial than others. So I'll turn some of them into 'subsidiary questions' and "if time permits" questions. I would rather not simply leave them out, because then the grant panel will just complain "Why isn't she proposing to do X?".
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