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Difference between “Each and every one” and “Each one”

each and every one—(emphatic) every individual or thing in a group without exception:

  • I want each and every one of you to know that this administration recognizes the vital role you play.

each one—(of two or more people or things) every one taken separately:

  • But as great a day as this is for the whole church, I want us to reflect upon what it means to each one of us individually.