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on all/several/both etc counts

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon all/several/both etc countson all/several/both etc countsWAY/MANNERin every way, in several ways etc It was important that they secured a large and widespread audience. They failed on both counts. count
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on all/several/both etc countsHe was too ambitious on both counts.Bright was turned down on both counts by Field, whose principal consideration was the weather.He had failed on both counts.By contrast, Gordon says, the Net fails on several counts.He was convicted by a jury on all counts and sentenced to 41 months in prison.I am afraid that, on all counts, it is going to fall down.I find this unconvincing on several counts.Missing Valuables Dear Missing: Yes, on both counts.
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