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  1. Newbie
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    papers series

    Hi, everyone.

    I'm Segu and a new member. I was the person who asked if it's correct to say the bigger the house, the higher the price.
    I have another question. Is it OK to say, "working papers series" ?
    Again, thanks for your replies, guys.

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    Re: papers series

    Welcome, segu.

    What's the context for working papers series? Grammatically, it's correct; meaningful, though, that will depend on how you're using it.

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