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Please reopen the front page question about "any doubt" vs. "any doubts." It is closed as duplicate with a link to a question that is not the same.

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  • I think I agree with you on this, but as Matt closed the question I'd like to speak with him about it before singlehandedly reversing his action. (Of course, if the question gets 5 reopen votes in the meantime, that would take care of it too :). But I hesitate to use mod-powers to reverse mod-powers without discussing it first!) – WendiKidd Dec 14 '13 at 17:34
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On first reading, it appeared that the question was a duplicate of a question asking about how to pluralize doubt, but on second reading I think it's more about how to pluralize a word after any in a more general sense.

That's make the question still a duplicate; it just makes it a duplicate of this question instead.

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  • The question has been reopened now, so I can't tell which earlier question it was closed against. I think the later question seems to be asking about whether one can validly use singular or plural after any (rather than any possible distinction between having doubt or doubts). So even though I don't agree that it's more about how to pluralize a word after any, I do agree it's a duplicate of Singular or plural after “any”? – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica Dec 16 '13 at 18:19
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    @FumbleFingers You can see which question it was closed against if you check the revision history (which is admittedly hard to do, since there's no link to it, or there wasn't until now). – snailplane Dec 18 '13 at 1:51

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