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    Use of 'myriad' as a noun

    Each time I hear 'myriad' being used as a noun, as in 'a myriad of...' I cringe. Can we nip this in the bud and refer to it solely in its correct form as an adjective of quantity as in ' a myriad problems'

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    Re: Use of 'myriad' as a noun


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