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    Each and every

    Hello, first of all, thank you all for great help and today, I have brought different opinions about "each and every", so I need your help or opinions about this issue. According to Longman Dictionary, "It is often correct to use either each or every, but they have slightly different meanings", other dictionaries, including Oxford dictionary, say "each one means every one" and Grammar girl says "Each" and "every" mean the same thing. So, how do I have to take this issue? Please help me again.

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    Re: Each and every

    This has been discussed many times before.

    Put your thread title into the Google Custom Search box at the top of the page to find links.

    Rover

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