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a raft of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha raft of somethinga raft of somethingLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa large number of things The company has launched a whole raft of new software products. raft
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a raft of somethingSun Busters is a separate brochure featuring late availability across a raft of Unijet products at reduced prices.The diplomats, the royalty, the dodgy tycoons and a raft of celebrities from Charlie Drake to Tony Curtis.And a raft of prospective third-party saviors offered no hope.As a raft of scientists have now informed me, the Rousseauian romantic view of allergies is way off.Closing a raft of useless federal establishments will get rid of only some 80,000 of them.When you move abroad you face a raft of financial decisions, including which type of bank account to open.This merely a selection of the biggest: The Net has added a raft of new twists on the bidding game.Amelio also realigned his executive team with a raft of other appointments.
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