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each and every

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheach and everyeach and everyused to emphasize that you are talking about every person or thing in a group These are issues that affect each and every one of us. Firemen face dangerous situations each and every day. each
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each and every one ofAnother may want to train each and every one of its telephonists in a different language!Yet each and every one of the weird and wacky items have one thing in common they are all absolutely 100% true.Maybe each and every one of them had vanished into thin air.There are instead just students, each and every one of them having equal access to the curriculum.We're trying to locate each and every one of them.My thanks go to each and every one of you for your contribution to our success.We want as many readers as possible, and each and every one of you is cherished.The weekly, monthly and yearly volume of sales to each and every one of your customers; 2.
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