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September 26, 2007

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Bruce

I have been researching this topic for several hours now and, although there is more that can be written on the subject, I found the above one of the most succinct and accurate explanations.

Another example I have come across is "I have less than twenty dollars in my pocket" (correct, unless it is referring to individual dollar bills - twenty dollars is used as a single reference amount). I also liked: "Less means 'not as much [as]'. Fewer means 'not as many [as]'."

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