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All her riches was stolen.
All her riches were stolen.

Riches is a plural noun and always takes a plural verb.

The town has fifty thousands people.
The town has fifty thousand people.

Hundred, thousand, and million take the plural form if they're not preceded by a numeral or by a: Thousands of people were present

Tom has made great progresses.
Tom has made great progress.
Her luggage is at the station.
Her luggages are at the station.

Baggage, another word for luggage, can't be used in the plural either: The baggage is ready for the train.

Today I've many works to do.
Today I've many work to do.

The plural form works means a factory or the writings of an author: The works of Shakespeare are many. I visited the steel works.

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