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I'm not sure if the following sentenced are correct with the grammar:
1.Here (is/are) Janice and Jessie.
2. The anguish of the victims (has/have) gone unnoticed.
3. Neither of the lawyers are/is willing to take the case.
4. Each of those dresses is/are beautiful
5.the majority of the state is/are Republics.

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