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  1. Kris_sumi
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    Arrow only of its kind

    The figure represents only of its kind comparison of the effect of conversion.
    Is "only of its kind" correct or should it be "one of its kind"?

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    Re: only of its kind

    Can you give us some more context? I can't make sense of it with either phrase.

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