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none vs no one

A complete search of the internet has found these results:

none is the most popular phrase on the web.

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1,850,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • I never seriously considered the answer would be virtually none.
  • And none of us contributed anything new.
  • Or if none of us do it, we can eliminate the risk altogether because none of you know anything about flipping houses.
  • Your stories have none of that.
  • Sometimes small victories are better than none.
  • Never tortured - none of it.
  • Her egg collection, second to none.
  • However, none of that changes anything.
  • Purification is a tradition none ever questioned.
  • Due to holidays there was none.
  • But none of them order large enough quantities.
  • But none of these worthy turntables betters it overall.
  • Because technically none of us were given this mission.
  • Your strength is second to none.
  • Its reliability is second to none.
  • With their support, none could challenge us.
  • But none that ever wore their hat indoors.
  • There are none who have known Me completely.
  • Their excellence is second to none.
  • No terrorism, absolutely none, is justified.

no one

498,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Local PD says no one witnessed anything.
  • Because no one likes that stuff anyway.
  • Meaning no one gets his jokes.
  • Kill someone no one will miss.
  • Everyone knows no one cares because it worked.
  • Milo said no one would care.
  • That way, no one has to know about your legal problem.
  • And make sure no one's watching.
  • Even if there were cases, no one reported them.
  • Because if no one was buying, there would be nothing to sell.
  • After tonight, no one will be able to touch me.
  • Now, no one knows we're cops.
  • That no one at G.D. would have maliciously stolen the device.
  • We eloped so no one has to do anything.
  • And this time, no one gets left behind.
  • Maggie, no one from the governor's office is coming on the show.
  • I was promised no one from oil.
  • These Hidden 36, no one knows who they are.
  • After tonight, no one can alter it.
  • Ma'am, no one is going in that room.


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