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    Dear friends, I stand on the hose. Someone has corrected me the following sentence. “A young lady shows bangles in the jewelry store while her companion nervously rummages in his pockets.”
    I have now looked up the Internet and found very interesting things. The search term “bangles” yielded over 7 million hits, but “bangle” over 46 million. In Duden only “bangle” appears, but in the third meaning of “hoop” “hoop” is indicated! Incidentally, the text comes from a German-language collection. Is there a sound solution?
    Any help appreciated.
    I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.

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