each and every

{adj. phr.} Every. - Used for emphasis. * /The captain wants each and every man to be here at eight o'clock./ * /The teacher must learn the name of each and every pupil./ Syn.: EVERY SINGLE.

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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