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Which is the best expression for referring to a group of sundry items? a. a mixed bag c. a barrel of monkeys b. a baker's dozen
Which is the best expression for referring to a group of sundry items? a. a mixed bag The meaning of sundry is a mixture or an assortment of different kinds of things. The best expression for referring to a group of sundry items is odds and ends. [ Another good expression is miscellaneous items. ]
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