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Are any of these sentences correct (assuming every country has only one constitution):
1-There are many different countries with many different constitutions.
2-There are many countries with many different constitutions.
3-There are many different countries with many constitutions.
4-There are many different countries with a variety of constitutions.
I think that they imply that each of those countries has many constitutions, but I am not sure they sentences are not passable, especially in spoken English.
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