I don't understand the uses of the word "different".
Are these sentences correct:
1) A different nurse stayed with every elderly lady until she was replaced by another nurse.
2) A different man played chess against every woman until he got bored.
Thank you very much, Mike, for all your replies,
I saw a sentence like this somewhere, but I can't find it. I think the idea was that it was not the same man. A nurse per every elderly lady. A man per every woman. I don't know if that works. The problem is that if one takes out 'different', one would get the right meaning... I think...