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revised Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
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revised Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
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comment Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
The question has been updated to clarify what I was really wondering about. Could someone comment on the thoughts in my updated question?
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revised Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
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comment Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
@Kate_Gregory Thank you for your answer, but as reflected in my recent update, it was not really the "a handful of"-part that confused me.
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comment Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
@tchrist Ok, I changed the title and clarified the question. Can I somehow revert the duplicate flag?
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revised Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
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comment Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
@tchrist I think that your change of title was unfortunate beacuse it was not really "a handful of" that I was wondering about.
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comment Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
@tchrist Thank you for your quick reply! I didn't really think that it was "a handful of"-part that made it singular. It was rather that it is a statement about the number of iterations, not about the iterations themselves.
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asked Plural or singular when stating that an amount is enough
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