(adv.) Each by itself; by the single one; to each; as the share of each; as, these melons cost a shilling apiece.
(1) More recently Nigel Reo-Coker and Curtis Davies, both of whom play for Aston Villa, cost £8.5m apiece, while Anton Ferdinand reportedly went for a similar amount of cash from West Ham to Sunderland.
(2) In Game Four two home runs from Jhonny Peralta and a homer apiece from Triple Crown-winner Cabrera and Austin Jackson led the annihilation.
(3) He said that on nights when the restaurant is crowded, police will issue a handful of zoning violation tickets at $1,100 apiece.
(4) While Tim Duncan and Tony Parker ended the game with a respectable 14 and 15 points apiece, they weren't the key pieces of what ended up being the best shooting first half in the history of the NBA finals .
(5) Prior to his appointment at the National Theatre of Scotland , Tiffany was an associate director at the new writing company Paines Plough and literary manager at the Traverse theatre in Edinburgh, for four years apiece.
(6) Cambridge United and Plymouth Argyle managed four goals apiece against Carlisle in August.
(7) Lee Daniels' The Butler , Jean-Marc Vallee's Dallas Buyers Club and John Wells's adaptation of Tracy Letts's August: Osage County bagged three nominations apiece.
(8) While the equinox signals a time when day and night are equal, the moment when both share 12 hours apiece happens days earlier, because of atmospheric effects.
(9) Who wouldn’t fall in love with Mole from Wind in the Willows, Jo from Little Women, Tiny Tim from Christmas Carol or Roberta from The Railway Children?” At Wordsworth Editions, the independent press that publishes around 220 classic titles for £1.99 apiece, managing director Helen Ranson said she was “delighted” that Gibb was addressing the issue of providing classics affordably to schools.
(10) The two models made by Taser, one for the glasses and one for the chest, cost between $399 and $599 apiece, not including access to Evidence.com.
(11) The RAF Tornados, based in Britain’s base at Akrotiri in Cyprus, can fire radar-guided anti-armour Brimstone missiles, which are conservatively estimated to cost £100,000 each; heavier Paveway IV bombs, estimated at £30,000 apiece; and long-range Storm Shadow missiles, estimated at nearly £790,000 each.
(12) Pride and bragging rights are at stake in tonight's match between these fierce South American rivals, with both sides deadlocked on 33 wins apiece in 89 encounters.
(13) St Kilda and Melbourne went into this match on five wins apiece and are at similar stages in their rebuilds.
(14) Referee Jon Moss sends off Vardy and awards a penalty apiece, leaving both sets of players up in arms.
(15) In 2009, the neo-fascist British National party came in on 6%, and both the anti-Celtic English Democrats and a Christian political alliance achieved 2% apiece.
(16) The treaty is to replace the 1991 Start treaty that saw the two countries slash their arsenals, which then stood at 10,000 warheads apiece.
(17) That I'm amazing obviously #LeeLinforPM September 14, 2015 (It was a good night on Twitter for the SBS host Lee Lin Chin, who had another two tweets in Max Kelsen’s best-of list with 500+ retweets apiece.)
(18) Last Sunday, Banksy set up a table in Central Park selling small canvases with his trademark image of a rat for $60 apiece, according to his website.
(19) Talked also of our Hamlets, of which two apiece, and generally smoothed his aching journey through the day where I could.
(20) Damaging results for teams around them, notably Fulham, Norwich City and, 24 hours earlier, West Ham United, allowed Stoke and Cardiff to take satisfaction from the point apiece that enabled both of them to climb two places to stay three points above the bottom three.
(a. / a. pron.) Every one of the two or more individuals composing a number of objects, considered separately from the rest. It is used either with or without a following noun; as, each of you or each one of you.
(a. / a. pron.) Every; -- sometimes used interchangeably with every.