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Let us assume that in a text we bring an example. And we want to bring more similar examples. Is this statement grammatically correct?

There are more of such examples

How about the following:

There are more such examples

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The second is slightly more idiomatic in American English, but both are comprehensible and acceptable despite being somewhat verbose. Purely as a matter of style, I suggest

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