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each and every
every
"I want each and every student to bring his or her textbook tomorrow."
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  • eagle eye
  • earful
  • early bird
  • early bird catches the worm
  • early on
  • earn one's keep
  • ease off on (someone or something)
  • ease up on (someone or something)
  • easier said than done
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  • of one's own free will
  • leg work
  • count (someone) in or count in (someone)
  • cock-and-bull story
  • toss off (an answer) or toss (an answer) off
  • in tatters
  • have one's hands full with (someone or something)
  • burst out
  • serve time
  • let (someone) off

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    Two to Four people can play the games well show you here. If Four are playing, each person can play individually or you can group into two teams.

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