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Personally, when chaining method calls, I like the LINQ convention of each method call in the chain on a separate line. So the following, from your example:
list.WhenNotEmpty()?.ForEach(s => s.Prepare(out var r)?.Manipulate(r));

Becomes:
list
  .WhenNotEmpty()?
  .ForEach(s => s
    .Prepare(out var r)?
    .Manipulate(r));

Might just be me, but I find it easier to read that way. That said, not sure I completely follow the sentence / paragraph analogy Smile | :)
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