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    Default stop

    Can someone tell if stop should be plural or not. meaning is different? thank you

    This is the last stop,

    there is no stop after this
    there are no stops after this.

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    Default Re: stop

    Both are OK. I prefer, there are no stops after this. The reason being, it's short for ...no more stops.

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