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  1. I have a number of images of street food vendors in Bangkok and was curious to see where they appeared in a search. I entered "Bangkok food vendors" and was initially happy to see 10 images of mine on the first page. However, searching further I began to wonder what had happened to the rest. I searched in AIM using the same search term and 22 images were displayed so I changed the search to "Bangkok street vendor" and up came 75 images. I think it is quite natural that someone searching for an image of a Bangkok food vendor would actually use the plural version just as I think it is quite natu
  2. So I'm confused. When I joined, I believe stemming was in place. Unless my brain tumor is growing, (kidding), at a later date stemming was removed and we were told to use plurals. Also, think, thinking and such. Then somewhere recently on the forum, it was mentioned Alamy doesn't want us to use plurals if only one subject is in the picture. So what is it? If I have one man in the picture, standing in front of one house, do I keyword man, men, person, people? House, houses? Or man, house? Just when I think I know the answers, somebody changes the questions. Betty
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