[see also: arbitrary, all, each, every, whatever, whichever
By deleting the intervals containing x, if any, we obtain......
There are few, if any, other significant classes of processes for which such precise information is available.
Let Q denote the set of positive definite forms (including imprimitive ones, if there are any).
If K is now any compact subset of H, then there exists......
Note that F(t) may only be defined a.e.; choose any one determination in (7).
for any two triples [Not: “for every two triples''; “every'' requires a singular noun.]