A cynic might say that the report is like the movie Clue, perfectly set up for a multiplicity of endings.
The Ghirlandaio show at the Thyssen, by contrast, resolutely insists on the multiplicity of meanings in a great work of art.
From this multiplicity of voices Williams constructs a beautifully harmonious and satisfyingly substantial whole.
I have to sort of move on, and I really enjoy the multiplicity of it all.
They vote on a multiplicity of concerns, of which Israel is a part, but hardly, for most of them, the determining factor.
It was this multiplicity of activities and interests that proved fatal to him.
But it was the multiplicity of laws that befuddled White Fang and often brought him into disgrace.
Without this help, the multiplicity of objects tends to obscure and confuse the recollection.
And a multiplicity of questions presented themselves to him.
Miss Lucinda's visits to her brother were reminiscent of a multiplicity of children and a scarcity of room.