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    more than any other party

    Are these sentences correct:
    1) We supported them, more than any other party in the country.
    2) We supported them, more so than any other party in the country.

    Can't they mean two things:
    a) We supported them, more than any other party in the country did.
    b) We supported them, more than we supported any other party in the country.

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: more than any other party

    Yes. I think you know the answer to most of your posts recently.

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