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    Default "Meeting Minutes" singular or plural?

    Is "Meeting Minutes" singular or plural?
    Which one is right?
    Attached are the minutes of meeting.
    or
    Attached is the minutes of meeting.

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: "Meeting Minutes" singular or plural?

    are

    Also, you need the.
    Attached are the minutes of the (December 23, 2008) meeting.

    or: from the meeting

    Note:
    of = more often followed by the group name:
    Attached please find the minutes of the Board of Trustees.

    from or of = Do you have the minutes from the last meeting?

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