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    #1

    individuals/individual

    Hi everyone,

    Are these equivalent with another one?

    An individual = a person

    Individuals = people

    Each individual = each person

    Individual people/members= each member alone / each person alone.

    How about ?
    Is "Individual person/member " correct as well? what does it mean?


    Thank you.

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    Re: individuals/individual

    It would probably take an and refer to one member, as yet unidentified.

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