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**every**ev"er*y (?), a. & a. pron. [oe. everich, everilk; as. &?;fre

ever + ?lc each.

see ever, each.]

*1.* all the parts which compose a

whole collection or

aggregate number,

considered in

their individuality,

all taken separately one by one,

out of an

indefinite bumber.

every man at

his best state is

altogether vanity. xxxix. 5.

every door and window was adorned with wreaths of flowers.

*2.* every one. cf. each. [obs.] "every of

your wishes."

daily occasions given to

every of us.

**every** each,

every one. [obs.] "every

each of

them hath some vices.".

**every** now and then, at

short intervals; occasionally; repeatedly; frequently. [colloq.]note:

every may, by

way of emphasis,

precede the article the with a

superlative adjective; as, every,

the least variation. Â Â similar words(6)Â

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**Â every which wayÂ **Â every quarterÂ

**Â every yearÂ **Â every

now and thenÂ

**Â every eachÂ ** (

*a. & a. pron.*)

Every one. Cf.Â Â

(

*a. & a. pron.*)

All

the parts which compose a

whole collection or

aggregate number,

considered in

their individuality,

all taken separately one by one,

out of an

indefinite bumber.Â Â

**Origin**Feminist slogan.

**Origin**'There's a

sucker born every minute.'

attributed to

phineas taylor Barnum, US showman.

**Adjective**1.

each and all of a

series of

entities or

intervals as specified; "every

third seat"; "every

two hours" (synonym) every(a) (similar) all(a)2. (used of

count nouns)

each and all of

the members of a

group considered singly and without exception; "every

person is mortal"; "every

party is welcome"; "had

every hope of success"; "every

chance of winning" (synonym) every(a) (similar) all(a)

veery

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**every day:** gach uile lÃ¡

**Amgaeru =** v. to

immure on

every side

**Amlewyrchiad =** n. a

shining on

every side

**Amrygoll =** n.

loss every way

**Amrygur =** n.

plain in

every way

**Amwiw =** a. exellent

every way

**Calan = **first

day of

every month

**Holl =** a. all,

every one

**Pawb =** pron.

every body,

all persons

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InÂ predicate logic,

**universal quantification** is an

attempt to

formalize the notion that something (aÂ logical predicate) is

true for *everything*, or

every relevant thing.

the resulting statement is a

**universally quantified** statement,

and we

have **universally quantified** over the predicate. InÂ symbolic logic,

the **universal quantifier** (typically ) is

the symbol used to

denote universal quantification,

and is

often informally read as "given any" or "for all".

sulum, omnis

the left 'A'

hand is

held palm facing the right.

the knuckles of

the right 'A'

hand are drawn repeatedly down the left thumb,

from its tip to

its base.

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