On Fri, 13 Oct 2006, Thomas Bridge wrote:
>> The emphasis on "single" is quite redundant, it's implied by 'any'.
>> No it isn't.
Any: "One out of an indefinite set"
Series can be plural or singular, but it should be obvious that "Any
of a "serieses" of ... can be replaced by ..." would make no sense.
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