One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘there are five thousand books and each must be individually cleaned’
every one, each one, each and every one, one and all, all, the whole lot
1‘he visited her each month’
every, each and every, every single
1‘they contributed a tenner each’
apiece, per person, per capita, to each, for each, from each, individually, respectively
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