At most, each could play a bit part before being dispatched forthwith.
each of them loved the president, yet they fought him for the 1860 nomination.
All those cardinals and clerics get through an average of 73.7 liters each a year.
You can totally tell that she and Piper do not like each other.
And of course, in each of these states, African Americans voted for Democrats in similar or larger numbers.
They absorbed her atmosphere and after each followed a period of mental asphyxy.
Throughout the dinner their entire absorption in each other was all but unbroken.
And if we went in the usual way, we had got to go alone, each on us.
Found it rather long hours watching, namely, about four hours each.
When within a few rods of each other we ceased paddling, and drifted by with the momentum.
Old English ælc "any, all, every, each (one), short for a-gelic "ever alike," from a "ever" (see aye (2)) + gelic "alike" (see like (adj.)).
From a common West Germanic expression *aiwo galika (cf. Dutch elk, Old Frisian ellik, Old High German iogilih, German jeglich "each, every"). Originally used as we now use every (which is a compound of each) or all; modern use is by influence of Latin quisque. Modern spelling appeared late 1500s. Also cf. ilk, which.