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Every bedroom has its own private bathroom.
She wrote to every member of the committee.
I can remember every detail of our conversation.
This is a decision that affects every single one of us.
A wonderful experience! I enjoyed every moment of it.
You should take one pill every four hours.
There are army checkpoints every few miles along the road.
I have to work every other weekend.
The committee meets every other month.
Every so often he would stop work and look toward the gate.
Every once in a while (=not too frequently) an event occurs that changes public attitudes.
The team has every reason to feel proud after last night's stunning performance.
The economy shows every sign of making a strong recovery.
We wish you both every happiness in your future life together.
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to kill someone in a violent way