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January 07, 2013

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Jeff Donlan

I recognize the "are" in my head in a kind of jingle cadence, and it does have a more elegant tone than "is." But "is" is what my brain does. "3 times 3" is absolutely in parentheses in my mind, forming a single thing inviting the use of "is."

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