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Is there a conjunctive that's roughly equivalent to "in that case" or "if so"?

"In that case" / "if so": なら (colloquial) だったら (colloquial) でしたら (politely colloquial) であれば (formal, bookish) Much like だから or でも which you may know, the conjugated forms of the ...
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Can you call a group of people by a subgroup of 2, and if so then how?

Yes, you can say AさんとBさんたち. It refers to one group of people including both A and B. Technically speaking, however, this is an ambiguous phrase, and it can also refer to "A, and a gruop of ...
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