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In the "Look out Europe, they say" article, I've noted the following word use, excluding their use in quotes/surveys and as non-quantifiers/adverbs/modals:

rather (in sense «rather odd», not in sense «rather this than that») => 5 times

many (as in «many Muslims») => 6 times

some (as in «some Muslims») => 14 times

may (as in «may affect») => 6 times

seem (as in «seem to be») => 5 times

These represent over 1% of all words used. This may be a high number. Many words are common, but some are not. This is a fact, it seems.

by Alex in Toulouse on Sun Jun 25th, 2006 at 06:44:29 AM EST

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