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Each \Each\ ([=e]ch), a. or a. pron. [OE. eche, [ae]lc, elk, ilk, AS. [ae]lc; [=a] always + gel[imac]c like; akin to OD. iegelik, OHG. [=e]ogil[imac]h, MHG. iegel[imac]ch, G. jeglich. [root]209. See 3d Aye, Like, and cf. Either, Every, Ilk.]

1. Every one of the two or more individuals composing a number of objects, considered separately from the rest. It is used either with or without a following noun; as, each of you or each one of you. "Each of the combatants."

2. Every; -- sometimes used interchangeably with every.

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  • Each day, Curious City, a public-radio show that airs on Chicago's WBEZ, hits its audience with a strangely intuitive... More cjr.org

  • Use the arrows by the date on each puzzle to navigate our puzzle archive. Most crosswords are available to play interactively for points. Some are available just to print for now. telegraph.co.uk

  • "...by sound affecting magnetism, ..."Yes, this is also the way we think about it. In principle, each atomic vibration is accompanied by a small (0.0001%) local variation of the magnetization. So we… theconversation.com

  • AUSTRALIA 2025: How will science address the challenges of the future? In collaboration with Australia’s chief scientist Ian Chubb, we’re asking how each science discipline will contribute to Australia… theconversation.com

  • How many days and hours a week do you practice? There are no required practices. The boat, however, goes out twice a day Mon-Fri during the semester and you can sign up to ride two times each week. baylor.edu

  • What are the dues for this club team? Dues are $375 per semester or $700 for the whole year. This covers team gear, tournament fees,coaching and hotel expenses. Flight expenses to/from Nationals are the responsibility of each team member. baylor.edu

  • From Indonesia to Waco to the World: MBA Student Seeks to Pursue Work as Worship [1/29/2020] Chelsea Lin, MBA/MSIS dual degree student, chooses each day to bring worship into every aspect of her life, including work and school. (FULL STORY) baylor.edu

  • Leaders Formed in Uganda Mission Trip [1/28/2020] Each year, Accounting students and faculty prepare for months in advance to make the Uganda mission trip as meaningful as possible for everyone involved. (FULL STORY) baylor.edu

  • Airbnb has made its peer-review system one of its linchpins. Both hosts and guests – some people act as both – leave reviews for each other. These can be submitted only after a reservation, in an attempt to ensure all are authentic. telegraph.co.uk

  • Around 70,000 Britons visit St Lucia each year. The Foreign Office warns of “petty crime, including thefts”, adding that “there have also been some incidents of violent crime including assaults and murder”. telegraph.co.uk

  • As we were ordering food the officers asked if we wanted vodka. They drink a lot of vodka in Uzbekistan but to drink with our police escort seemed odd. Andy and I looked at each other quizzically, then quickly nodded. telegraph.co.uk

  • Blogs, Twitter and YouTube last week each led with very different stories, and none of them overlapped with the leading subjects in traditional media, according to the New Media Index by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism. journalism.org

  • By contrast, Perry experienced his most difficult stretch in the blogosphere in the last seven weeks. Each week negative statements about him exceeded positives by at least 31 points, a witheringly clear cut narrative. journalism.org

  • Each villa has a deck and a plunge pool, which we made very little use of. We could hardly drag ourselves away from the beach during daylight hours, and even used the gorgeous main pool reluctantly and only when my daughter nagged too much to ignore. telegraph.co.uk

  • Even before the Republican debate in Florida last week, Giuliani and Romney—the former is leading national polls while the latter is doing better in Iowa and New Hampshire—had made news by criticizing each other in increasingly aggressive terms. journalism.org

  • Following a rotation system, PEJ monitors 48 different news outlets each week: 34 or 35 outlets each weekday as well as 7 newspapers each Sunday. The most current list of outlets and rotation schedule is available here. journalism.org

  • For most candidates, however, the percentage of neutral statements was markedly smaller on Twitter than in blogs and much smaller than in the news coverage, where neutral assessments comprised the largest component of each candidate’s coverage. journalism.org