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Surprised to see it change.From:"Under Cauron's hands, Azkaban has emotional depth to go along with the technical wizardry."To:"Under the assured direction of Alfonso Cauron, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban triumphantly strikes a delicate balance between technical wizardry and complex storytelling."Pity the word 'emotion' was not used.

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You only say that when 'they' are in sight and you don't know their name or role. But there's no mention of them at all in this thread, so it's "who is 'they'?", stressing the fact that no mention was made of who made those quotes.

"They" is inherently plural, so it would be proper to use "are" in conjunction with "they", regardless of whether "they" implies a single entity or not. If James Bond has no idea who(or how many) took the microfilm, he wouldn't say "They has the microfilm."


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