If you use the same word to start a sentence twice in a paragraph, then you need to choose another transition word and re-word the sentence. A necklace doesn't afford warmth in cold weather, like a scarf, or protection in combat, like chain mail; it only decorates. Westview Press, Offer a contrast between past and present that leads to your thesis.
The face is the jewel in the crown of the body, and so we give it a setting. In some of them brown silent men were squatting at the inner bars, with their blankets draped round them. A sickly light, like yellow tinfoil, was slanting over the high walls into the jail yard.
Thanksgiving is really not such a terrific holiday. The distinction is, as always, moral.