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From the UWF Writing Lab’s 101 Grammar Mini-Lessons Series Mini-Lesson #54
A large amount of work A number of classes
amount of credit a small amount of dough amount of competitiveness the number of doughnuts a large number of employees number of competitors
Less tar per cigarette Fewer cigarettes per pack
Fewer items Fewer crimes Fewer people Fewer arguments Fewer bills Fewer calories Less time Less punishment Less progress Less paper Less money Less fat
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