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Are there any suitable adjectives that I can use before "letter" in the following sentence to add the meaning that each letter was different in content?
1. "We sent a letter each to our customers."
Similarly, are there any suitable adjectives that I can use before "book" or "representative" in the following sentences to add the meaning that these books are different from one another or the representatives are different from one another?
2. I sent a book each to Tom and Bill.
3. The company sent a representative each to its customers.
Last edited by Snappy; 30-Jan-2010 at 13:31.
Are these adjectives interchangeable or is there an interchangeable adjective that I can use in those cases?
For example, can I replace "pesonal," "dissimilar," and "separate" with the adjective "different" or "individual" as follows?:
1. We sent a different (or an individual) letter to each of our customers.
2. I sent a different (or an individual) book each to Tom and Bill.
3. The company sent a different (or an individual) representative to each of its customers.
We deal with each case on an individual basis.
Where are our respectivists?