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    NewHopeR is offline Senior Member
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    Default Can "literatures" be used this way? (about title writing)

    Quality Assessment on Literatures of Advanced Gastric Cancer Treated with Herceptin

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    Default Re: Can "literatures" be used this way? (about title writing)

    Yes, 'literatures' can be used in this way.

    It's very rare, however. The Fraze It site lists only seven examples of its use.

    Rover

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    Default Re: Can "literatures" be used this way? (about title writing)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Yes, 'literatures' can be used in this way.

    It's very rare, however. The Fraze It site lists only seven examples of its use.

    Rover
    Thank you Rover.

    I also wonder which is better and more proper: "quality assessment" vs. "quality evaluation."

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    Default Re: Can "literatures" be used this way? (about title writing)

    They mean the same to me, but please start a new thread for this unrelated question. Others may have different ideas.

    Rover

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