more than one

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On more than one occasion I went outside the house to get ready for bed, or to wait until the family had gone to bed.
He informed me that the number of eggs in the nest of the petise is considerably less than in that of the other kind, namely, not more than fifteen on an average, but he asserted that more than one female deposited them.
Yet th ere was more than one crisis between Rome's fall and England's rise.
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