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each

pronoun each one, each other, every last one, every one, individually, one, one after another, one and all, one another, one by one, the individual one, the particular one
Associated concepts: each ground of a complaint, joint and several liability
See also: respectively
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No, because kids test out aggression with each other all the time.
In Aka society, couples forged a "multistranded reciprocity" consisting of playful activity and enjoyment of each other, along with a cooperative partnership in both economic and domestic activities.
In the sharing and receiving of hospitality "different universes of discourse meet, acknowledge each other and enjoy an oblique relationship which neither requires nor forecasts their being assimilated to each other" [4] -- though they can be enriched and changed.
Andrei Rublev's icon of the Holy Trinity: those three angelic figures silently inclined toward each other around a chalice on a small altar.
Lastly, students can learn more if they listen more intently to faculty and each other and form hasty judgments less often, think about responses prior to others' statements being finished, and listen to entire messages rather than tending to partial ideas.
These differences suggest the source of some of the classic conflicts that take place between them and why they can be such an effective team when they appreciate, understand, and complement each other.
Not only are GTE and Pacific Bell competing with newcomers to California -- we're competing with each other, and customers will be the winners.
I want to say that we loved each other,'' she said, her voice breaking with emotion.
God's relationships are often described as Father, Son, and Spirit in relationship with each other.
Reading and writing cannot be separated from each other but are complimentary.
We have to forgive each other for not loving perfectly," she says.