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every

every one

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apiece

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(used of count nouns) every one considered individually

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to or from every one of two or more (considered individually)

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They surveyed her from head to foot, then exchanged glances, and all was said; they understood each other.
If you do love me, dearest," said Stephen, gently, taking her hand again and laying it within his arm, "it is better--it is right that we should marry each other.
If life were quite easy and simple, as it might have been in Paradise, and we could always see that one being first toward whom--I mean, if life did not make duties for us before love comes, love would be a sign that two people ought to belong to each other.
There is then in all persons a natural impetus to associate with each other in this manner, and he who first founded civil society was the cause of the greatest good; for as by the completion of it man is the most excellent of all living beings, so without law and justice he would be the worst of all, for nothing is so difficult to subdue as injustice in arms: but these arms man is born with, namely, prudence and valour, which he may apply to the most opposite purposes, for he who abuses them will be the most wicked, the most cruel, the most lustful, and most gluttonous being imaginable; for justice is a political virtue, by the rules of it the state is regulated, and these rules are the criterion of what is right.
My morning hours succeeded each other calmly in the quiet and seclusion of my own room.
They went out and walked about till dinnertime, talking of the political news and common acquaintances like people who do not know each other intimately.
THE LION, the Fox and the Ass entered into an agreement to assist each other in the chase.
In her research, prosocial and social responsibility goal pursuit were moderately to highly correlated with each other and with several other variables such as students' effort (Wentzel, 1994, 1996).
Think about how children play and work out conflicts with each other.
Through SDI familiar with our own types, the types of others, and how those types interact with each other, are motivated, and respond to stress, we see a powerful positive effect on communication, alignment and reduced stress as we work toward effective balance in our relationship with others.
Enemies naturally regard each other as evil, but even if one's enemy is truly evil that natural good versus evil dichotomy obscures the not so natural nature of evil.