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    note or notes

    If there are some scribbling on a piece of paper, does one describe the page as "handwritten note" or "handwritten notes"

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    Re: note or notes

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    If there are some scribbling on a piece of paper, does one describe the page as "handwritten note" or "handwritten notes"
    It depends on the content. A "handwritten note" would / could be a meaningful sentence(s), whereas "notes" would suggest single words or phrases that perhaps only the author would understand. But your term "scribbling" suggests to me the latter, i.e. "notes".

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    Re: note or notes

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    If there are some scribbling X
    If there is some scribbling/If there are some scribbles.

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