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"all sorts of", "various kinds of", "a series of", etc. are often redundant with a plural noun

"all sorts of", "various kinds of", "a series of", etc. are often redundant with a plural noun.

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    If the noun is plural, it could just be a number of identical items.

    To specify a variety of types, you need to use those phrases.

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