From a blog post:
"The event draws anywhere from 90-150 people."
Of course we understand this sentence, but since I'm picky, I need to say something about it!
If you have a "from," then you need a "to":
"The event draws anywhere from 90 to 150 people."
Another option is just a hyphen:
"The event draws 90-150 people."
You get to choose which one you like, but you can't mix them as in "from 90-150."
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