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  1. CsYong
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    Question a (new) pair of (new) scissors

    which one is right? or both?
    (a new pair of scissors) or (a pair of new scissors)

    Usually, which one do you use?

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    Re: a (new) pair of (new) scissors

    I'd use the first.

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