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  • 41each — W1S1 [i:tʃ] determiner, pron, adv [: Old English; Origin: Alc] 1.) every one of two or more things or people, considered separately →↑every ▪ She had a bottle in each hand. ▪ Grill the fish for five minutes on each side. ▪ Each member of the team …

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  • 42For Love or Money (TV series) — For Love or Money is a reality television show initially broadcast on NBC in 2003. It is basically a dating game show where the chosen winner will choose to stay with the central bachelor or will take home a million dollars but without any… …

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  • 43For Good — Song by Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth from the album Wicked Released December 16, 2003 Recorded November 10, 2003 Genre Musical theatre …

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  • 44each other — pronoun ** 1. ) used for saying that each person or thing does something to the other or others: The women looked around at each other and smiled. They talk to each other on the phone every night. 2. ) used for saying that each person or thing is …

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  • 45For Want of a Nail (novel) — For the proverb, see For Want of a Nail (proverb). For Want of a Nail   …

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  • 46each — [adj] every all, any, exclusive, individual, one by one*, particular, personal, piece by piece*, respective, separate, several, single, specific, various, without exception; concept 577 Ant. none each [adv] apiece; for one all, a pop*, a shot*,… …

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  • 47each-way — adjective Thesaurus: betting, bets and ways of bettinghyponym Main entry: each way * * * each way «EECH WAY», adjective. British. 1. made in a horse race for both first and second place: »an each way bet …

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  • 48each — O.E. ælc any, all, every, each (one), short for a gelic ever alike, from a ever (see AYE (Cf. aye) (2)) + gelic alike (see LIKE (Cf. like) (adj.)). From a common West Germanic expression *aiwo galika (Cf. Du. elk, O.Fris …

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  • 49Each an Explorer — is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. It was written in June 1956 and published in issue #30 of Future The story focuses on Chouns and Smith, two members of the Exploration Teams , who are charged with exploring for new planets,… …

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  • 50For-profit school — For profit schools are educational institutions that are run by private, profit seeking companies or organizations, selling education to those who want to buy it. [ [http://www.allonlineschools.com/online education resource center/online degrees… …

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  • 51For One More Day — is a 2006 novel taken place during the mid 1900 s by the acclaimed sportswriter and author Mitch Albom. It opens with the novel s protagonist planning to commit suicide. His adulthood is shown to have been rife with sadness. His own daughter didn …

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  • 52For-profit education — (also known as the education services industry or proprietary education) refers to educational institutions operated by private, profit seeking businesses. There are two major types of for profit schools. One type is known as an educational… …

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  • 53Each Side of Screen — Album par Wink Sortie 25 avril 1992 Durée 44:47 Genre …

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  • 54each — ► DETERMINER & PRONOUN ▪ every one of two or more people or things, regarded and identified separately. ► ADVERB ▪ to, for, or by every one of a group. ● each and every Cf. ↑each and every ORIGIN Old English …

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  • 55EACH — is an acronym that may refer to: *European Association for Communication in Healthcare *Educational Action Challenging Homophobia *European Association for sick Children in Hospitals …

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  • 56each to hisown — each to (his/her) own something that you say which means that it is acceptable for people to like or believe in different things. I find it hard to believe that anyone enjoys gardening. Ah well, each to his own …

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  • 57each to her own — each to (his/her) own something that you say which means that it is acceptable for people to like or believe in different things. I find it hard to believe that anyone enjoys gardening. Ah well, each to his own …

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  • 58each to own — each to (his/her) own something that you say which means that it is acceptable for people to like or believe in different things. I find it hard to believe that anyone enjoys gardening. Ah well, each to his own …

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  • 59For a European Serbia — – Boris Tadić (Serbian: За европску Србију – Борис Тадић, Za Evropsku Srbiju Boris Tadić ) is an electoral coalition that won the Serbian parliamentary election, 2008, Vojvodina parliamentary election, 2008 and Serbian local elections, 2008. The… …

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  • 60For sale by owner — For the film, see For Sale by Owner (film). An example of a For Sale By Owner yard sign. For Sale By Owner, or FSBO (   …

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