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    "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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    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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