Can someone provide an example of a locally connected Hausdorff space not consisting of a single point?
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It is true that in English "not consisting of a single X" could be interpreted as not having any Xs.
However, here we mean the space is not itself a single point (see Brian's comment about the one-point space). It does not mean the space doesn't have any points!