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Either could work and either could be screwed up. From "accomplishing" I get that you are specifying actions or steps in a method claim but from "combinations of any elements comprising those set forth in (a)-(b)" it looks like we are talking about a thing, not an action. "As set forth" seems odd and "inclusive" is used to indicate the endpoints of a range ...


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Looks good to me. As long as it is clear what you mean, you should do fine. And clarity is quite subjective, so depending on the examiner your claim may be clear or not. A proposal in case it may be of help: A play toy comprising a plurality of ball sets, wherein each ball set of the plurality of ball sets comprises a plurality of ball members having a same ...


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