24/06/16 What’s the Difference between ‘Every,’ ‘Each,’ & ‘Any’?
Every is used to refer to all of the individual members of a set without exception. Each means every one of two or more people or things, regarded and identified separately. Use of both words in each and every is an indication of the overlap between the two words.
In certain contexts, one can use every and each without risk of ambiguity, as in the following example:
The Company shall purchase