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every single one

Every individual person or item within a group, without exception. This is going to be the hardest game we've played all year, so I need every single one of you giving it everything you've got! I can't believe it, every single one of these dishes has been broken!
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I cannot indeed name every single one of the exploits of Ulysses, but I can say what he did when he was before Troy, and you Achaeans were in all sorts of difficulties.
As for the common soldiers, they were so that I could not name every single one of them though I had ten tongues, and though my voice failed not and my heart were of bronze within me, unless you, O Olympian Muses, daughters of aegis-bearing Jove, were to recount them to me.
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So every single one of the three and a half thousand people who were killed was a drug dealer?
Maybe not on the night in the final but tonight was just about finding a way to win that game and the players have done it and I'm absolutely delighted for every single one of the players, every single one of the staff.
everyone loves you so much and it hurts every single one that you're not here with us," wrote Ms Bennet, whose Facebook profile lists her as working in an east London restaurant.
Every single one will tell you how the sport of boxing has enriched their lives, and in some cases bank balances.
Speaking at the party's annual conference yesterday, Labour's Public Expenditure Minister said every single one of their candidates was worthy of election.
Davina says: "Every story, there's a part of it that I can relate to on some level, every single one - of loss, of love, of wonder, of missing something, of feeling guilty and ashamed.
The players are extremely proud, and I think every single one of the public should be as well.
Gateshead MP Ian Mearns commented: "I just hope that the police service and the officers in charge are absolutely certain that every single one of the licences are given to a responsible person.
The Voice judge and rapper wants to start a new line of festivals - with his Black Eyed Peas headlining every single one.
Every single one of you has a different but equally important role today.
An election should be forced today And without delay And every single one of them Sent upon their way The country deserves much better Better than this lot The greediest in history Is what we now have got William Allen, Westcotes, Tile Hill.