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>There are two endings each because the first is for a noun which ends in a
>consonant, and the latter is for a vowel ended word. I did not at this time
>include a plural emphatic though I could "I have MANY apples" its something
>I am considering.

The emphatic plural could also be something like a fixed group.

two man+emp.pl. = a group of two men

Stefan