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3-13-2010 @ 1:27PM
Sorry, you're incorrect Thearchermage.Words evolve over time. Myriad in this case does not mean what you think it means.The modern English use of the word means an unspecified significantly large number and in this meaning, using 'of' is absolutely fine.If the original poster meant to use myriad in its' original greek or roman form then yes, he/she shouldn't use 'of'.Just remember words change their meaning over time, the word gay being a good example of such a thing. It has gone from meaning 'happy' to 'homosexual' to 'horrible' in 30 years.
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