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  • 81each other - one another — You use each other or one another when you are talking about actions or feelings that involve two or more people together in an identical way. For example, if Simon likes Louise and Louise likes Simon, you say that Simon and Louise like each… …

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  • 82Each-Way (bet) — An each way bet is a wager offered by bookmakers consisting of two separate bets; a win bet and a place bet. For the win part of the bet to give a return the selection must win or finish first in the event. For the place part of the bet to give a …

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  • 83Each One Teach One — Infobox Album | Name = Each One Teach One Type = Album Artist = Oneida Released = October 1, 2002 Recorded = Genre = Rock Length = Label = Jagjaguwar (CD) Version City (vinyl) Producer = Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4.5|5… …

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  • 84Each in Our Own Thoughts — Infobox Album Name = Each in Our Own Thoughts Type = Studio album Artist = Tim Hodgkinson Background = orange Released = 1994 Recorded = 1993 Genre = Avant progressive rock, Electronic music, Contemporary classical music Length = 52:50 Label =… …

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  • 85each way — 1) ADV: ADV after v If you bet money each way on the result of a horse race or a dog race, you will win some money if the animal you bet on comes first, second, third, or sometimes fourth. [BRIT] In the last race I put ₤20 each way on two… …

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  • 86each and every — pronoun Midland : everybody * * * every single (used for emphasis) taking each and every opportunity * * * each and every used as a more forceful way of saying each I want to thank each and every person who has contributed to this project …

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  • 87EACH-Charta — Die Charta für Kinder im Krankenhaus ist ein Forderungskatalog der European Association for Children in Hospital (EACH) als Dachorganisation von 18 Mitglieds und assoziierten Gesellschaften aus 16 europäischen Ländern und Japan. Die… …

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  • 88each other — /. ../ pronoun (not used as the subject of a sentence) used to show that each of two or more people does something to the other or others: Susan and Robert kissed each other passionately. | They were holding each other s hands. | We had a lot to… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 89Each Man Kills the Thing He Loves — Infobox Album | Name = Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves Type = Studio album Artist = Gavin Friday Released = 28 August, 1989 Recorded = Genre = Rock / Alternative Length = 59:32 Label = Polygram Records Producer = Hal Willner Reviews = Last… …

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  • 90ˌeach ˈother */*/*/ — pronoun 1) used for saying that each person or thing does something to the other or others The women looked at each other.[/ex] 2) used for saying that each person or thing is related in the same way to the other or others Suitcases were piled on …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 91each other — pronoun Date: before 12th century each of two or more in reciprocal action or relation < looked at each other in surprise > Usage: Some handbooks and textbooks recommend that each other be restricted to reference to two and one another to&#8230; …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 92Each One Teach One (Groundation album) — Infobox Album Name = Each One Teach One Type = studio Artist = Groundation Released = July 31, 2001 Recorded = Genre = Reggae Length = 64:43 Label = Young Tree Producer = Reviews = Last album = Young Tree (1999) This album = Each One Teach One&#8230; …

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  • 93each and every —    is at best a trite way of providing emphasis, at worst redundant, and generally both, as here: Each and every one of the twelve songs on Marshall Crenshaw s debut album is breezy and refreshing (Washington Post). Equally to be avoided is each&#8230; …

    Dictionary of troublesome word

  • 94each other — or[one another] {pron.} Each one the other; one the other. * /That man and his wife love each other./ * /Bill and Mary gave one another Christmas presents last year./ * /All the children at the party were looking at one another trying to&#8230; …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 95each other — or[one another] {pron.} Each one the other; one the other. * /That man and his wife love each other./ * /Bill and Mary gave one another Christmas presents last year./ * /All the children at the party were looking at one another trying to&#8230; …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 96Each Breath Haunted — Infobox Album Name = Each Breath Haunted Type = Album Artist = The Banner Released = August 16 2005 Recorded = April – May, 2005 Trax East, S River, New Jersey, U.S. Genre = Hardcore punk Length = 42:32 Label = Ferret Music Producer = Eric Rachel …

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  • 97Each Time I Kill — Infobox Film name = Each Time I Kill image size = caption = director = Doris Wishman producer = Michael Bowen writer = Dawn Whitman narrator = starring = Tiffany Paralta Rob Vidal Lisa Ferber Jackie Gold music = James Sizemore cinematography = C …

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  • 98each other, one another — In standard speech, each other is used when two persons are involved; one another is preferred when three or more persons are concerned: The man and his wife spoke to each other excitedly. The six motorcyclists were arguing with one another.&#8230; …

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • 99each other, one another —  A few arbiters of usage continue to insist on each other for two things and one another for more than two. There is no harm in observing such a distinction, but also little to be gained from it, and, as Fowler long ago noted, the practice has no …

    Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • 100each way — adverb if you bet (=try to win money by guessing the winner of a race) money each way, you will win if the horse or dog you choose comes first, second, or third each way adjective: a 10 each way bet …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English