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In "amount of data, collected ~", which is modified by 'collected~'? amount or data?

1. Which one does the phrase "collected and stored in large and numerous data repositories" modify? 'amount' or 'data'? The phrase: collected and stored in large and numerous data ...
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English equivalent of the Russian idiom "You are confusing sour with yellow"

There might not be an precise English equivalent of the poster's native expression (as has been said above) but I think this idiom should do the job. the proof is in the pudding The proof is in the ...
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English equivalent of the Russian idiom "You are confusing sour with yellow"

I don’t know of an English equivalent to “you’re confusing sour with yellow.”. I wish we had one. What we have is category error (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category_mistake), which is more ...
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The words to describe a slave's mentality

I have got several good answers but after doing some further research I would like to add another answer. My answer is more about adding some background to my question. I want to explain our ancestors'...
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