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Synonyms for a few

more than one but indefinitely small in number


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Requests for a few minor customizing modifications were accepted by the OEM--including installation of a special chip to provide outputs for the EPOS monitoring system.
Only a few standalone IBM PCs were shared among more than 80 employees.