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I believe the correct usage is "Colorado Plateau", not "Colorado Plateaus" as in the article, as it is one geographic feature. Anyone have examples of usage to the contrary? Gwimpey 17:06, 16 Jun 2004 (UTC)
As our Colorado Plateau article states, that North American province is composed of many plateaus. This is also the usage I found in the main reference work for this article, Geology of National Parks. But yes, common usage does prefer the singular and that is why I located the article on the subject at the singular title. But the common usage is strictly not correct and gives an incorrect image about what the region actually is. So there is no reason why we should be incorrect in the dispayed body text and section titles. --mav 03:04, 17 Jun 2004 (UTC)
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Vague terms of size often are unnecessary and redundant - “some”, “a variety/number/majority of”, “several”, “a few”, “many”, “any”, and “all”. For example, “All pigs are pink, so we thought of a number of ways to turn them green.”
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