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A common misconception, not a typographical error. (C'mon people, you should have learnt this in primary school).

1. The word "Everyone" refers to everybody; such as when talking about a group of people.

2. The phrase "Every one" refers to each individual item or thing within a group.
1. "Everyone over there suck at playing soccer."

2. "Every one of those balls are red in colour."
by code7 March 17, 2006
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