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Which one would you use in this sentence: Wind power could offer us a/an ..... supply of energy.
So your mobile phone provider may offer "unlimited talk time at weekends", for instance, because it has the power to restrict talk time; whereas my Internet provider offers "unlimited incompetence", because its burbling operatives are wholly incapable of providing a decent service.
(Especially on its "live help" feature, I might add.)
"...whereas my Internet provider offers "limitless incompetence", because its burbling operatives are wholly incapable of providing a decent service."
It bears repeating, I find.
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