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EACH, adjective Every one of any number separately considered or treated.

To all of them he gave each man changes of raiment. Genesis 45:22.

And the princes of Israel, being twelve men, each one was for the house of his fathers. Numbers 1:44.

Simeon and Levi took each man his sword. Genesis 34:25.

The emperor distributed to each soldier in his army a liberal donative.

To each corresponds other. Let each esteem other better than himself. It is our duty to assist each other; that is, it is our duty to assist, each to assist the other.