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There were twice as many university applicants in 1992 as in 1982.
Some people say thirteen is an unlucky number.
A most credible hypothesis is the one that limits the number of elements in the domain T.
The number of muffins that you'll receive will be inversely proportional to the number of times you talk on IRC.
The number of contributions represents the number of sentences added plus the number of translations added plus the number of sentences modified.
A bunch of people were standing outside waiting.
The number of the people working in this city will be more than one thousand by the end of this month.
I'm sure that family is familiar with Japanese tastes in food. They've hosted quite a few Japanese exchange students.
There are three different types of people in the world: those who can count, and those who can't.
You say that you're afraid of being disliked by other people, but you have some people that you dislike yourself, don't you? Arithmetically speaking, there are an equal number of people who you don't like that don't like you back. I'm not saying that if you end your dislike of someone, someone else will stop disliking you as well; it's just that you can't change the fact that if you dislike someone, then someone else dislikes you as well. Your life will go much smoother if you just give up and accept that truth.
Can you count in Italian?
Can you count in Italian?
The two teachers had an equal number of students.
The number of the people working in this city will be more than one thousand by the end of this month.
An enormous number of insects hatched this year, wreaking havoc on crops.
He can't count.
Can you count in French?
How many innocent civilians were killed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
In Shibuya, there are always a large number of people.
I was overwhelmed by the great number of people.

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