I'm just preparing a paper in an engineering context about a new mathematical framework to do something novel. I've something around 9 definitions, 2 lemmas and 1 theorem (in addition to some remarks for further explanations). Currently, these items are successively placed in the manuscript, in that there is nothing between each pair in view of extra explanations (except those sparse mentioned remarks), like this:
In one hand, some people around me say that such roster of mathematical stuffs without extra illustrations between each pair of items is incredibly tedious for the reader, because the paper is supposed to be an engineering one.
On the other hand, I've faced with a 6-page limitation for this manuscript and can not elaborate the stuffs, considerably, without violating the restriction. Furthermore, I've done my best to apply the necessary explanations as much as possible by considered remarks. But there are still situations in which 3 or 4 definitions are located at the paper next to each other.
Is this a poorly-organized fashion of proceeding-paper composition (especially in technical fields, not pure mathematics)?
Any idea for better arrangement?