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    This sentence will be used, for example, when displaying the number of members in a marketplace. It has three forms: when there are no members, when there is one and when there is more than one.

    As an example, %{model} will be "user(s)", %{accepted_count} will be a number, %{accepted_model} will be "user(s)", %{banned count} will be a number, %{banned_model} will be "user(s)".

    The sentence could look like: "Displaying 7 accepted users and 2 banned users".

    The <b> and </b> symbols should be copied as is: they'll be used to bold the information in between.


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  1. Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{banned_count} banned %{banned_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{banned_count} banned %{banned_model}No %{model} found
    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{banned_count} banned %{banned_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{banned_count} banned %{banned_model}No %{model} found
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    No %{model} found


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{banned_count} banned %{banned_model}


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{banned_count} banned %{banned_model}


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  2. Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}No %{model} found
    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}No %{model} found
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    No %{model} found


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}


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  4. Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}No %{model} found
    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}No %{model} found
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    No %{model} found


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}


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  5. Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}No %{model} found
    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}No %{model} found
    ZeroThis plural form is used for numbers like: 0

    No %{model} found


    oneThis plural form is used for numbers like: 1

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}


    otherThis plural form is used for numbers like: everything else

    Displaying <b>%{accepted_count}</b> accepted %{accepted_model} and %{other_count} other %{other_model}


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