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1 He gave each boy an apple.
2 The money I owed him and that he owes me cancel each other out.
3 They disagreed with each other about the time and place of the accident.
4 She quartered the pie and gave each one a piece.
5 Storage will be charged on each piece of baggage remaining at stations over 24 hours.
6 Once you have done that, get another piece of paper out and write why you forgive them for each way that they hurt you.
7 our opinions diverge from each other.
8 They coped with each other for the prize.
9 Try to dress appropriately for each occasion.
10 With diamond studs as big as dinner mints gleaming in each ear, he embraced each of his players and sent them off.
11 I looked around to see if someone could help me translate but everyone had a phone on each ear.
12 We passed the box from student to student, each one holding it to his ear to tell us what he heard.
13 He carved up the roast beef and gave each of us a portion.
14 I've successfully grafted in a call to the added code at each store into the Bean.m_a field (one in the constructor and one in the set method).
15 Each node can be either a branch or a leaf.
16 Near the center of each drawn transition is a branch node.
17 At each node, you answer the question and move on that branch, until you reach a leaf that answers yes or no.
18 variant of this pattern in activity form could use an activity with several disjoint input and output criteria-one for each branch of the gateways.
19 Each branch of the tree corresponds to a facet of the metadata.
20 This is because we need similar skills and knowledge to support that product on each "code branch" — that is, that development activity related to each product version.
21 An obvious limitation of this approach is that for each new error handling process a new decision branch must be created.
22 They are friends rivaling with each other in technological design.
23 like the ripening of a fruit - it's about waiting for each bottle to reach the perfect age.
24 We all have those constant burdens to bear, each in our own way.
25 The details of each target, including the knife used, it's all still so fresh in my mind.
26 We should advise each other.
27 We should say to each of them: Do you know what you are?
28 The children always fight each other over who should have the best seat.
29 They support each other in their work.
30 Christ preached that we should love each other.