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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmultiplicitymul‧ti‧pli‧ci‧ty /ˌmʌltəˈplɪsəti/ noun [singular, uncountable] formal  LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa large number or great variety of thingsmultiplicity of the multiplicity of courses available to language students
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multiplicityLinguistically, it is a signifier with no referent and a multiplicity of significations.It involves a multiplicity of provision, the necessity of cooperation, the discipline of organization and the welcoming of para-professional skills.Usually such organisations are built up of a multiplicity of smaller gangs.A monistic starting point for the cosmos requires an explanation to account for the variety and multiplicity in the cosmos.This would avoid multiplicity of offences.Is it not clear that the multiplicity of often overlapping self-regulating authorities are not adequately protecting the national interest?His eyes looked at you with multiplicity of purpose.multiplicity ofa multiplicity of opinions
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