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Subject:Re; fewer vs. less From:Alex Ragen <alex -at- CHECKPOINT -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 24 Apr 1997 09:57:01 +0300
Why so complicated a rule? If it's something you can count (like cars) then
use fewer. If it's something you can't count (like traffice) use less.
Alex Ragen - Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
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