It just means "more than one".I have know "some" refers to either "a few, several" or "unspecific portion of a group that could be 30% or 70% whatever". I usually interprete "some" with the latter, but sometimes some "some" are confusing.
Does this "some" mean the former or the latter? Like "3 to 5 days" or "30 days or 50 days or whatever"?
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