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  • 1for each — for every/each/ phrase used for talking about the relationship between one number or amount and another For every person who complains, there are always hundreds of satisfied customers. For each basket of apples you pick, you get £2. Thesaurus:… …

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  • 2For each — may refer to: * In mathematics, Universal quantification. Also read as: for all * In computer science, foreach loop …

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  • 3for each and every day — index per diem Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4for each day — index per diem Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5for each one — adverb to or from every one of two or more (considered individually) they received $10 each • Syn: ↑each, ↑to each one, ↑from each one, ↑apiece …

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  • 6for each person — adverb per person we are spending $5,000 per capita annually for education in this district • Syn: ↑per capita, ↑of each person …

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  • 7Meant for Each Other — Studio album by Lee Greenwood and Barbara Mandrell Released …

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  • 8I Will Be Grateful for This Day, I Will Be Grateful for Each Day to Come — Single infobox | Name = I Will Be Grateful for This Day, I Will Be Grateful for Each Day to Come Artist = Bright Eyes from Album = Released = March 20, 2001 Format = 7 Recorded = Genre = Indie rock Length = Label = Sub Pop SP 0528 Producer = ???… …

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  • 9Made for Each Other — is the name of two films: * Made for Each Other (1939 film), starring Carole Lombard and James Stewart * Made for Each Other (1971 film), featuring Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna * Made for Each Other (2008 film), starring Bijou Phillips and… …

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  • 10be made for each other — informal phrase if two people are made for each other, they are perfect partners for each other because they have similar personalities Everyone said that Janice and Danny were made for each other. Thesaurus: general words relating to dating and… …

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  • 11made for each other — see ↑made, 2 • • • Main Entry: ↑each other made for each other informal : perfectly suited to each other I m not surprised that they have such a happy marriage. I always knew that they were made for each other. • • • Main Entry: ↑made …

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  • 12Made for Each Other (1939 film) — Infobox Film name = Made for Each Other image size = caption = director = John Cromwell producer = David O. Selznick writer = Rose Franken (story) Jo Swerling Frank Ryan (uncredited) narrator = starring = Carole Lombard James Stewart music =… …

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  • 13Made for Each Other (1971 film) — Infobox Film name =Made for Each Other director = Robert B. Bean starring = Renee Taylor Joseph Bologna Paul Sorvino Olympia Dukakis producer = Roy Townshend editing = Sonny Mele runtime = 107 min country = USA language = English amg id =… …

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  • 14be made for each other — informal if two people are made for each other, they are perfect partners for each other because they have similar personalities Everyone said that Janice and Danny were made for each other …

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  • 15(be) made for each other — (be) ˈmade for sb/each other idiom to be completely suited to sb/each other • Peter and Judy seem made for each other, don t they? Main entry: ↑madeidiom …

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  • 16Maid for Each Other (1992 film) — Maid for Each Other 200px Directed by Paul Schneider Produced by Don Enright Les Alexander Written by …

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  • 17made for each other — perfectly matched. Those cool drinks and that hot, spicy food seem to have been made for each other. They are truly in love, and all of their friends thought they were made for each other …

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  • 18made for each other — be natural mates, be very compatible, soul mates    Bob and Alice are made for each other. They re happily married …

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  • 19Made for Each Other —    Voir Le Lien sacré …

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  • 20Each — ([=e]ch), a. or a. pron. [OE. eche, [ae]lc, elk, ilk, AS. [ae]lc; [=a] always + gel[=i]c like; akin to OD. iegelik, OHG. [=e]ogil[=i]h, MHG. iegel[=i]ch, G. jeglich. [root]209. See 3d {Aye}, {Like}, and cf. {Either}, {Every}, {Ilk}.] 1. Every one …

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