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every one

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each person or thing in a group, without exception: every one of the large cats is a fast runner.
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They played a duet from "Zampa," and at the earnest solicitation of every one present followed it with the overture to "The Poet and the Peasant.
Besides, there would be another inconvenience attending this proposal, for what is common to many is taken least care of; for all men regard more what is their own than what others share with them in, to which they pay less attention than is incumbent on every one: let me add also, that every one is more negligent of what another is to see to, as well as himself, than of his own private business; as in a family one is often worse served by many servants than by a few.
Devise me, then, the justice which acquitteth every one except the judge!
The sight of it filled the whole camp with acclamations; every one applauded the valour and good fortune of the Abyssin, and no reward was thought great enough for so important a service.
True, they are convenient enough, yet every one of them has an ATMOSPHERE.
The seal broken - the spectacles put on - the preliminary cough having sounded - every one pricked up his ears.
Every one of Lady Tresham's guests had accepted the hurried invitation, every one seemed in good spirits, and delighted at the opportunity of unrestrained conversation after several hours at the theatre.
If the occasion had been different they would hardly have pleased him; he would have thought the women not pretty enough and the men too smirking; but he was now in a humor to receive none but agreeable impressions, and he looked no more narrowly than to perceive that every one was brilliant, and to feel that the sun of their brilliancy was a part of his credit.
Because there is no other way of guarding oneself from flatterers except letting men understand that to tell you the truth does not offend you; but when every one may tell you the truth, respect for you abates.
I, of course, give him the same title, and every one else does likewise.
Every one drank, and every one sat down again with a pleasant thrill of excitement at this unique scene.
Every one who was left in the hall flew to the windows, climbing the walls in order to see, and repeating, "La Esmeralda