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What does the phrase "there are many and several" mean?

...which represent the highest quality properties in the market of which there are many and several.

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closed as general reference by Matt E. Эллен, Robusto, tchrist, MετάEd, Daniel Dec 3 '12 at 19:10

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Several here is used as an adjective to mean separate or different. Here it refers to the fact that there are not only many properties but different kinds of properties.

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